Antonio Paolucci Engl

Lightness, grace, irony. These three fixed stars allow us to chart our course through the work of Paolo Staccioli. Lightness, first of all, because matter is heavy, and the techniques are heavy and complicated. It would take very little to be dragged down towards the irremediable dullness of a conceited, complacent profession. Staccioli understands this,…

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Cristina Acidini engl

  Thanks to the Horne Museum and to the gracious amenability of its director, Elisabetta Nardinocchi (who has turned a naturally magical showcase into a veritable treasure trove of memorable cultural events), the ceramics and bronzes of Paolo Staccioli are returning once more to the heart of Florence in this exhibition. We rejoiced at the…

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Ornella Casazza Horne eng

  Paolo Staccioli, Sculptor of Silence and Anticipation   An exhibition of Paolo Staccioli’s most recent work has just closed in the Sala delle Colonne in Pontassieve town hall, yet here he is already getting set to return to Florence, to the Horne Museum, thus once again in direct contact with the legacy of artists…

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