Pietrasanta artist Massimiliano Pelletti’s art reveals itself at the crossroads of the manual “means” of the manufacturing of artwork and a mediated synthesis of the ends. The artist works in marble, bronze, ceramics, and also uses composite materials, like resins and pvc. His compositions are narrative and rigorous, their seeming aesthetic perfection belies the work of an artist experimenting with worldly, religious and human/animal themes. Enrico Mattei, the curator states: “Inside the smooth surfaces of the present hides the muscular underpinning of the sculptor; the physicality of one who likes to ‘get his hands dirty,’ without ever showing it in the finished pieces.”
Visit the artist’s website linked here.
Until the 26th of May, 2013
Piazza Garibaldi, 8
Forte dei Marmi
Hours: everyday from 10am to 1pm and from 3:30pm to 7:30pm, closed Mondays.
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