Scolpire il Tempo, 2010

Giorgio Andreotta Calò produced a series of bronze sculptures made from deteriorated mooring poles found in the Laguna of Venice. Through time, the salt water and the tide has transformed these poles into rough and fantastic looking conical shapes. These shapes are used for his new series of sculptures.
For the gallery Calò has created a special environment where these sculptures can be experienced in an atmosphere, reminiscent of their place of origin.

Click here to find out more about this specific gallery exhibition Scolpire il Tempo running from 30 October till the winter of 2010.

Accompanying the show was Gallery publication #05:

Scolpire il Tempo (2010) is the fifth issue of a series of publications published by Wilfried Lentz

Click here to download the booklet with a text by Marco Pasi

Click here to download the poster with a text by Mara Ambrožič

Giorgio Andreotta Calò
Scolpire il Tempo, 2010
3 bronze sculptures (Clessidra's) in an installation with water and wax
dimensions variable
installation view Wilfried Lentz Rotterdam
photo Yves Krol
Giorgio Andreotta Calò
Scolpire il Tempo, 2010
3 bronze sculptures (Clessidra's) in an installation with water and wax
dimensions variable
installation view Wilfried Lentz Rotterdam
photo Yves Krol
Giorgio Andreotta Calò
Scolpire il Tempo, 2010
3 bronze sculptures (Clessidra's) in an installation with water and wax
dimensions variable
installation view Wilfried Lentz Rotterdam
photo Yves Krol
GIORGIO ANDREOTTA CALÒ, Scolpire il Tempo
Installation view of the gallery show Scolpire il Tempo, two bronze sculptures Clessidra, edition of 2 + 1 A/P