Antonella Cimatti (Italy)

Antonella Cimatti (Italy)

Antonella Cimatti (Italy)

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Antonella Cimatti, terlahir di Faenza, Italia, merupakan murid dari Carlo Zauli di Instituto d’Arte (Sekolah Keramik Nasional) di Faenza. Di mana ia juga menjadi pengajar di program studi Desain sejak tahun 1979. Ia lulus dengan penghargaan dari Academia di Belle Arti (Akademi Seni Rupa) di Bologna, 1979. Dari waktu ke waktu ia juga mengajar di proyek-proyek seperti “Artist Fellowship Exchange, European Communities,” di Art and Design Schools, Portsmouth, Inggris, pada tahun 1991 dan di Turnhout, Belgia, pada tahun 1995.

Pada tahun 2011 ia diundang untuk berpartisipasi di Paviliun Italia, 54th International Art Exhibition Bienal Venesia, dan Triennale Design Museum di Milan pada tahun 2016. Ia telah menerima berbagai penghargaan, seperti Silver Prize dari “The 4th World Ceramic Biennale 2007, Korea International Competition.” Ia seringkali berpartisipasi dalam lokakarya-lokakarya dan residensi internasional. Ia juga merupakan anggota World Crafts Council- Eropa.

Faenza-born Antonella Cimatti was a student of Carlo Zauli at the Istituto d’Arte (State School of Ceramics) in Faenza, where she has been teaching Design since 1979. She also received a degree with distinction from the Accademia di Belle Arti (Fine Arts Academy) in Bologna in 1979. She has also taught for brief periods, through projects such as “Artist Fellowship Exchange, European Communities”, in Art and Design Schools in Portsmouth, England, in 1991 and at Turnhout in Belgium in 1995.

 In 2011, she was invited to participate in the 54th International Art Exhibition at the Venice Biennial, in the Italian Pavilion and in 2016 at the Triennale Design Museum in Milan. She has received numerous prizes, and acknowledgments, the most prestigious being the Silver Prize, from “The 4th World Ceramic Biennale 2007 Korea International Competition”. She is often invited to participate in international worshops and residencies. She is a member of the World Crafts Council-Europe.

Butterflies. Porcelain, Paperclay, Slip Trailing 170 x 180 cm
2015