Rabarama exhibits her monumental sculptures at Pisa International Airport as part of “Fly Art”

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Primal, visionary, forceful, remote and timeless, the sculptures of Roman-born Rabarama have a visceral impact on the viewer. Five sculptures, of which two in bronze and three in marble will be on exhibit for the better part of 2013 in Pisa. After “ANTICOnforme” her successful 2011 show in Florence, the artist returns to Tuscany and exhibits new monumental marble sculptures – made from marble quarried at Monte Altissimo, “Michelangelo’s mountain.”

Concurrent with the Pisa exhibition, the Fondazione Henreaux brings art to the beaches of nearby Forte dei Marmi, where seven “bagni” (bathing establishments) will exhibit art for bathers and art-lovers alike. The seven resorts are: Bagno Piero, Bagno Augustus, Bagno Annetta, Bagno Orsa Maggiore, Bagno La Fenice, Bagno Pennone and Bagno Gilda.

The opening ceremony in Forte dei Marmi will be on the 21st June, 2013.

Visit the artist’s website, linked here.

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Produced by the Henreaux Foundation, in co-operation with the Studio di Scultura Massimo Galleni of Pietrasanta.

The photos are from Mar Zen’s video on which we post below.

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