Bruno Gambone

His studio expresses the perfect synthesis of art and craftsmanship. Bruno Gambone, son of the father-master who opened this workshop in 1949, has been working intensively on his language since 1969, after several years spent in New York where he frequented artists including Robert Rauschenberg, Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol. The workshop in Via Benedetto Marcello is a place where you can savour the intensity of his works. Ceramics and much else too: sculptures, objects and paintings that reflect a personal style drenched in that classic art that is a paradigm of his mode of operation.

Bruno Gambone

Mon-Fri mornings by appointment
Via Benedetto Marcello, 9, Firenze, FI, Italia - +39 335 6128845 - http://www.brunogambone.it

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