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Matilde Tibuzzi was born in 1984 in Rome, where she lives and where she worked for many years. Matilde is a designer and a restorer of ceramics, she is a student of the master Nicoletta Sauve since 1990 and has attended several courses of specialization in the field of ceramics, including courses of stoneware, por… Read More
Matilde Tibuzzi was born in 1984 in Rome, where she lives and where she worked for many years. Matilde is a designer and a restorer of ceramics, she is a student of the master Nicoletta Sauve since 1990 and has attended several courses of specialization in the field of ceramics, including courses of stoneware, porcelain, paperclay and raku-dolce master Giovanni Cimatti. She studied design at the ISIA in Rome (Higher Institute for Artistic Industries) and has since specialized in the restoration of ceramics in Deruta in the School of Art Romano Ranieri. Matilde has collaborated with the Museum of Palazzo Venezia, Rome, with the restoration lab Necropolis of Cerveteri and the International Museum of Ceramics in Faenza. For several years she worked with the cultural association Terraforma teaching the course "Decoration Renaissance and medieval" and the course for children "Playing with Art" following method Munari (laboratories Munari, MIC, Faenza). Matilde is also involved for years to teach the art of ceramics to a group of adults with disabilities (coop.SpesContraSpem - Roma). Matilde has created LAB123 in 2009 where she actually works. Read Less
Lab123's objective is to keep alive the tradition of Italian ceramic craftsmanship. The archaic, medieval and renaissance modeling techniques and decoration combine with design form and function. Born precious and design objects steeped in culture and history in the decorations, shapes and experience of the hands … Read More
Lab123's objective is to keep alive the tradition of Italian ceramic craftsmanship. The archaic, medieval and renaissance modeling techniques and decoration combine with design form and function. Born precious and design objects steeped in culture and history in the decorations, shapes and experience of the hands that give them life. Read Less
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