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Museo Carlo Zauli, Faenza

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  • Zauli was a contemporary of the American ceramic Abstract expressionist, Peter Voulkos. I find Zauli's work to be much more sensual. He was the first Italian to have a solo show in Japan and it went t...  more »
  • Just behind the monument to Evangelista Torricelli you can visit the shop, which has become the great Carlo Zauli Museum (info and reservations: Whenever you come back I feel a strong emotion in finding an artist's world, untouched, so popular still there, intact, with handmade tools with which has been able to shape the clay of our hills to get unusual sculptures, usually snatching the forms of nature.
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  • Exciting visit to the small but important Museum Zaidi. Accompanied by his son Matthew we got to admire some of the works of ceramist and sculptor from Faenza Carlo Zauli that are exposed in rotation in what was his laboratory and in other halls as well as in the cellars where they are still used for creating bags that land Zauli of his works. We started from the first room with walls and ceiling blackened from the fumes produced by the old oven and it still hosts two ovens are no longer in use but where today young artists producing their works. We then followed a path that shows the evolution of the artist through a selection of vases, plates, porcelain works of various shapes and sizes, from 1950 until 1987. I had the opportunity to learn more about this ceramist, who later became a sculptor, who brought his art in many parts of the world (also large works) and becoming one of the most important sculptors of the 20th century potters. Also the garden inside the Museum houses some of the works of Zaidi and there is also a room dedicated to industrial design of tiles laid out in collaboration with Faenza, of which Zaidi was Artistic Director and designer. The presence of Syed zaidi and his presentation of the works of the father made the visit really unforgettable
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  • I went by the store hours and there was no one at the ticket office!
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  • Nice place. But small. It is also an artistic residence
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  • The Museum is beautiful, the only point of weakness are the rooms that are too small
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  • Fantastic dive in private and professional life by zauli. This is not just a Museum, is the expression of creativity of an artist and the place where he has always worked.
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  • Art and faience together in one Museum.
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