Girolamo Ciulla, Sicilian sculptor who has lived and worked in Pietrasanta for decades exhibits “Demetra” at the Palazzo del Medico, in Carrara.
Girolamo Ciulla’s work dwells in the space between myth and history; his sculptures are of goddesses, temples and menageries of mythical animals. He works in Travertine, which he prefers to Carrara marble because of its warmth. “Demetra,” the exhibition, is curated by Nicola Ricci, and features 6 sculptures and 7 large drawings. It is part of “I Salotti” series in Carrara. We direct you to the “I Salotti” website, linked here.
The opening reception is Friday, the 5th of September, 2014, at 9pm.
Visit the Museo dei Bozzetti’s page on the artist, linked here.
Friday, the 5th of September, 2014
Palazzo del Medico
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