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Taking a walk through this magical city, I could not ignore the small gallery of Loris Marazzi in front of the Peggy Guggenheim Museum.
some beautiful garments hanging in the window had caught my attention.
was really confused! I asked
myself, “Why is there a clothes
line hanging in the window of a gallery?”
curiosity further attracted me and the magnetism of the beauty made me
enter the gallery. To my surprise I found an ordinary Italian man, who I
discovered was Mr. Marazzi, carving a jacket from a piece of wood.
Then I suddenly realized the garments on the clothes line were
wooden sculptures and what fantastic and ingenious sculptures.
the way this was not the ideal place to keep such fantastic treasures;
however it does not matter the space or the façade when real art is
present. Marazzi is a very kind man and is especially passionate about his
work, “His Marvelous Wood Sculptures”.
uses Cherry wood as well as Cirmolo, Walnut, and Pine wood to carve his
art. He not only sculpts in
wood he also works in Marble and Bronze, making wonderful pieces which now
adorn gardens and swimming pools the world over.
Venetian artist is no ordinary wood worker, the inspiration from daily
things are not the only sculptures from Marazzi`s talented hands. He also
carves conceptual pieces such as a life sized mans body that represents a
man who is born into a new life.
gives to the art of sculpting a sense of innovation, invention, harmony
and feeling and by bringing all of these together creates beautiful living
suggest you visit Marazzi Art Gallery to take delight in the beauty of his
art works. If you commission his work you will have the opportunity to
illuminate a wall with his sexy works of art (lingerie and underwear
or with a Raincoat or a
Shirt with hanger all in wood.
Or maybe decorate your living room with his functional sculptures
such as a bar in wood, a
book chair or give a special touch of harmony and
significance to any place in your home with one of his conceptual
sculptures such as a brain sculpture called ”My Mind My Force”, or
another entitled “My Life My Force”
which is one of his more admirable sculptures.
you know about art and love beautiful things you will truly enjoy the
small gallery of
Marazzi. You could spend
hours just admiring his wonderful sculptures.
you do not know how to get there ask or look for directions from his
posters (they are in every wall around the city).
Do not miss a chance to meet these incredible wood art sculptures!
by Ambrose Clancy
"Wood art Venice"
On the way to The Guggenheim Art Gallery in Venice it would happen to you to see the Loris
Marazzi posters with the image of a brain in wood and others with the line
clothes in wood. in front of the Peggy Guggenheim
Museum 369 Dorsoduro. You can see
sexy underwear in
wood, a raincoat, bra,
shirt and a brain all of them made from wood.
- Vogue - "About Woodworkers in Venice Italy"
Loris Marazzi is a wellknown wood art sculptor specially because of his fantastic clothes line in wood (
jeans…etc). Loris sculpts also conceptual wood art sculptures
like a brain supported by two hands which simbolizes the power of mind and which is one of his more famous art work.
- People - "Art wood Venice Italy"
Sexy underwear in wood such as a
bra, pairs of panties and
socks …etc. They are some of the art works from the gallery of the well-known Venetian artist Loris Marazzi.
- Venezia News - "Wood art Italy"
Loris Marazzi`s Gallery is an attraction for all the tourists who visit Venice. It`s is typical in this city to hang clothes from one street to other to dry and
Marazzi reproduces those clothes on lines but in wood.
Daily objects such as a shirt, hat, raincoat, tie, boxer shorts, jeans, bra and also panties incredibly all carved from wood are exhibited in this little gallery, If you want shopping modern art in Venice, I suggest you make a point to vist this fantastic gallery and workshop.
Italian Modern Art begins in this venetian gallery located in front of the Peggy Guggenheim Museum 369 Dorsoduro, more than twenty year of experince in sculpting not only in wood but also in marble and bronze make Marazzi a real master in the art of sculpting.
Loris began to carve when he was fifteen and his first art work is that fabulous American Jacket, you can see it photographed on the home page of the virtual art gallery at www.lorismarazzi.com . Although made entirely from wood this jacket looks as if it was soft leather.
This renowned venetian artist and sculptor, Loris Marazzi, creates with great passion and skill unique art works like his clothes line in wood and also important master pieces with conceptual significance like the wood art sculptures titled: "Solitude", "Happiness", "Balance" and so on.
Marazzi gives all of his wooden sculptures and special touch of tenderness that you won`t believe they are all made from wood.
- Art in Italy - - Art
in Venice -
Loris is no ordinary wood
worker, the inspiration from daily things are not
Loris has worked in marble, bronze and wood, choosing the latter as the most suitable material to express his creativity. The clothes line is the most
|Art in Venice borns at the small gallery of a talent woodworker who sculpts fantastic
wood art sculptures: "Loris Marazzi" who is inspired by his own expierences , minds and daily things to transformer all of them into admirable living wood art sculptures.
Sculpted shirt complete
VENEDIG, 5 Juni
Morgen eröffnet die Biennale in Venedig, ihre Besucher werden bis zum 22. November die Stadt belagern. Schon bevor dieses Spektakel losgeht, nutzen die lokalen Galerien und ihre Kunstler die Gunst der Stunde und die bereits angereiste Prominez, um zu zeigen, was sie interessiert. Verkanautschte Regenmäntel und feinst gelochte Budapester Schuhe, ein Büstenhalter samt weiteren Dessous auf einer Wäscheleine: Die aus hellem Holz verblüffend naturgetreu geschnitzten Objekte waren auf Venedigs Plakatwänden in den Wochen vor der Biennale nahezu allgegenwärting. Loris Marazzi heißt der vierzigjährige Künstler, ein offensichtlich sehr marketingbewusster venezianischer Bildhauer, der sein skurriles, wenn auch handwerklich perfektes (Euvre im eigenen, sehr praktisch gegenüber von Peggy Guggenheims Museum gelegenen Studio präsentiert und zwischen 1100 un 20000 Euro für seine holzgeschniten Alltagsmotive verlangt....>>>>
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