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Patty Matilde Nicòli

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Profilo

Patty Matilde Nicòli was born in Carrara. After graduating from the Liceo Artistico of Carrara, she attended the Accademia di Belle Arti for sculpture in Carrara and at the same time she got licenced to teach artistic subjects, an activity she conducted for over twenty-three years. In the sculpture workshop founded by her great-grandfather Carlo Nicòli, an excellent sculptor, well-known during his time, Patty Nicoli learned directly from the workmen how to work the marble, while from the historic sculptors Arturo Martini, Sironi, Bistolfi and from those contemporary to her like Alberto Viani, C.S.Signori, Fausto Melotti, Giuliano Vangi, Càrdenas, Ipoustèguy, Louise Bourgeois etc. she learned how to freely give a shape to her imagination, letting her being seduced both by the mystery of the abstract expressions, new at the time, and by the power and lightness of the sculpture of the past. After her first solo sculpture exhibition in 1980 at the Libreria Internazionale Einaudi in Milan, where shortly before her, masters like Max Ernst, Savinio and others had also exhibited their works, other exhibitions followed in Italy and abroad. She traveled often and for extended periods of time to Mexico where she worked also with marbles that she found there and to Brazil, where she painted and worked with the beautiful local woods. Her sculptures and paintings can be found in private collections and in public works in Milan, Rome, Paris, Weimar (Germany), New York, Mexico, Guatemala, Venezuela, Cuba, Phoenix AZ and El Paso TX. VISIT ONLY BY APPOINTMENT

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