“Angeli” ____________ Igor Mitoraj, Pisa 2014 ____________ Photographs by Giovanni Ricci-Novara ____________ Pietrasanta Scultura, 2014


We write these words with tristezza today: as many of you may have heard Igor Mitoraj, a towering figure in the world of Sculpture, and an artist who brought much to Pietrasanta over the decades he made it the heart of his creative endeavors – has passed away. The “City of Art” mourned the man in a service held monday, in the Duomo. He was 70 years old.

You can read some biographical information on the great master, on the Wikipedia page, linked here.

It’s a truly sad October… Pietrasanta cries the loss of another sculptor, Daniel Milhaud, who also died, last weekend, at the age of 84.

In a web exclusive, we post photographs by Giovanni Ricci-Novara, from Igor Mitoraj’s “Angeli” exhibition currently in Pisa. We stand corrected – earlier versions of this post stated there would be a catalog for the exhibition, this seems not to be the case. The exhibition will continue until January 15th, 2015.

The fate of a major retrospective exhibition, of Mitoraj’s work, to be held in Pietrasanta next Summer – which was in the planning stages – is unclear.










Visit Giovanni Ricci Novara’s website, linked here.

Igor Mitoraj
From the 17th of May, 2014, to the 15th of January, 2015
Piazza dei Miracoli

Hours: from May to October: everyday from 8am to 8pm, from November to January, from 9am to 5pm.
Ticket price: 3 euros

For information and tickets: http://www.opapisa.it

Previously on Art is Life:

Mitoraj’s “Angeli” in the Piazza dei Miracoli in Pisa

Igor Mitoraj will exhibit his “Angeli” – paintings and sculptures in the Piazza dei Miracoli in Pisa

Igor Mitoraj’s bold and lyrical “Annunciation” is unveiled today, in Pietrasanta, after months of waiting and much controversy

“Igor Mitoraj – Valley of the Gods” (Corrado Boschetti & Fabio Florio, 2012, Timelapse, Full Short Film)

On the Shoulders of Giants – Igor Mitoraj’s monumental bronze sculptures tower in Berlin

“That Mighty Sculptor, Time” ____________ Giovanni Ricci-Novara’s photography exhibition in Lucca lingers in the places where Time seems not to be waited for, places where even the wind, extenuated, stops its journey.

(Thank you Giovanni!)

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