“Il Primo Volo,” the first group show by nine local and international artists in a villa near an abandoned quarry above Pietrasanta

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An abandoned quarry, a mysterious lake, a solitary house perched on a hill like the nest of the hawk that soars above it during the day: It’s La Cava del Falco, The Hawk’s Quarry, and the new venue is all these things. Nine local and international artists – who all live in the hills above Pietrasanta – exhibit together in this new exhibition space which is as picturesque, bold and as crazy as the first flight of every bird.

The artists are (and we link to their websites): Yemisi Wilson, Nolde Banziger, Lisa Roggli, Daniel C, & Associates, Giulia Ciambelli, Eli Benveniste, Jørgen Haugen Sørensen, Georg Victor, and Andrea Biagi. Some are emerging artists, while many are well-known faces in the Pietrasanta art scene. The exhibition features 25 works – paintings, sculptures and graphic works – in a setting surrounded by nature, and still not far from Pietrasanta’s historic center, where most of the art galleries and international sculpture exhibitions normally take place.

La Cava del Falco Art Exhibition
Il Primo Volo
From the 30th of March to the 7th of April, 2013
We link to a map for directions, here.

The opening is tomorrow, Saturday the 30th of March, 2013 at 5:30pm

Hours: 5:30 to 7:30pm everyday
FREE and open to the public
For more information, contact La Cava del Falco at
www.lacavadelfalco.com

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