Giorgio di Palma is one of the participants in our upcoming National Clay Week event on Oct. 10th. He will be answering questions, live from Italy on streaming video on the Artaxis Facebook page on that day. Learn more at https://artaxis.org/conversations/.
Originally a computer technician by day and painter by night in Budapest, Giorgio di Palma moved back to Italy in 2010 and took up his family’s 50-year tradition of ceramics. Rooted in his hometown, which has centuries of history in ceramic production, di Palma proves he is a highly unorthodox artist by staging public interventions and creating videos that incorporate ceramics that are trompe l’oeil, absurd, aggressive, kitschy, informed, smart, and a little bit punk. The artist has received wide international recognition, with numerous exhibitions and residencies to his credit. Learn more about Giorgio's work at https://artaxis.org/giorgio-di-palma/
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