Affiliati Peducci Savini

From aesthetics to science, from form to naturesculptors Matteo Peducci and Mattia Savini achieve an innovative effect in art using geopolymer materials. The marble, a material which characterizes classical sculpture, encompasses a symbolic journey which demands to be followed in order to tell a new story of contemporary art.

Gianfranco Meggiato

Using the ’lost wax’ method, Gianfranco Meggiato creates rotational bronze sculptures that are preoccupied with void rather than surface. Internationally renowned for his monumental sculptures, Meggiato’s creations represent the nucleus of life surrounded by space and intangible energy.

Jeanne Isabelle Cornière

Exploring the theme of childhood, memory, and time, Isabelle Cornière’s work is an extension of her research, reflections and poetry. As a meditative investigation on human nature, Cornière creates her elegant sculptures out of bronze, coated with timeless white chalk that is then hand painted, and often paired with delicate glass accessories.

Lucio Perone

An Italian artist that is known to rework common objects, Lucio Perone’s pop art sculptures are cheeky and humorous due to representing improbability in their composition. Perone’s resin creations stand out due to their blatant irony in his pairing of an inanimate object with a human figure.

Peppe Perone

Sculptor and Installation artist, Peppe Perone, creates sculptures by covering and crystallising with a thin layer of sand. Perone creates sculptures of animals and common objects that are taken out of their own context, whilst experimenting with  the children’s game that the fragility of things are subject to a continuous transformation.

Stefano Bombarderi

Bombardieri is renowned for bringing public squares and parks to life with monumental sculptures of wild animals caught in unconventional situations. Like in a circus, the first impression that these creatures instil in the audience is a smile, followed by a more serious consideration on human nature.