Bruno Gambone

Bruno Gambone (Salerno, 1936) pudo haber sido un artista polifacético, pero se decidió por la cerámica. Podría haberse quedado en el Nueva York de Andy Warhol o el Milán de Lucio Fontana, pero eligió el taller de su padre en Florencia. Allí, en Via Benedetto Marcello, las formas y los grosores dialogan con el espacio. El carácter escultórico lo pone el gres, blanco y luminoso. En oh ceramics! Nos quedamos con las cerámicas más utilitarias.

Bruno Gambone (Salerno, 1936) could have been a versatile artist, but he decided to be a ceramist. He could have stayed in New York with Andy Warhol or in Milan with Lucio Fontana, but he chose his father’s workshop in Florence. There, in Via Benedetto Marcello, shape and bulk dialogue with the space. The whiteness and brightness of the sandstone put the sculptural spot into the pieces. oh Ceramics! Loves the utilitarian ones.

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