Alessandro Marzetti

Volterra, 1971

From his earliest essays, the sculptor appears to have assimilated the lessons of the great Masters of 900 , with particular attention to Brancusi and Giacometti, not only for their formal solutions, but also for the issues they face. The deformation of the figures, does not negate the essential features of the refined faces, but underscores their absolute formality; every decorative detail is eliminated and the work is no longer an episode of a narrative, but it tends to the synthesis of object and space, offering totemic stylized faces unifying the effects of light.
  • Title: Fish
  • Tecnique: Volterra Alabaster
  • Size: cm. H 32
  • Year: 2014
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