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Cappuccetto Rosso by Alessandra Baldereschi Ø 27,5 cm h. 44 cm

Alessandra Baldereschi’s series of blown glass for the ‘Poets collection’, promoted by Fabrica and produced by Massimo Lunardon, the master of “transparent lightness”, represents the classical ingredients of a fairy tale: the forest, a lunch sack, and the little birds that steal breadcrumbs from Little Thumbling. Again, in this recent project, the artist has used a naif narrative to make her creations poetic. Alessandra, almost underlining her “fairy tale” disposition, quoted Italo calvino’s definition of fairy tales as, “Taken all together, in their oft-repeated and constantly varying examination of human vicissitudes, a general explanation of life preserved in the slow ripening of rustic consciences” Italian Folktales, Introduction, vol. 1, Mondadori, 2003)

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La Bella Addormentata by Alessandra Baldereschi Ø 38 cm h. 12 cm
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Cappuccetto Rosso by Alessandra Baldereschi
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Biancaneve small by Alessandra Baldereschi Ø 36 cm h. 12 cm
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Biancaneve small by Alessandra Baldereschi
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“Poets” because only a poet can create a work of art, and the glass, in its lightness and delicate nature, communicates messages of constant and intense values.
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"Poets" collection, Cappuccetto Rosso by Alessandra Baldereschi
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a sketch of objects for the "Poets" collection
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La Bella Addormentata small by Alessandra Baldereschi Ø 24 cm h. 6,5 cm

WHERE : Via Perlena, 40 San GIorgio di Perlena – Fara Vic.no (VI) Italia

Alessandra Baldereschi’s series of blown glass for the ‘Poets collection’, promoted by Fabrica and produced by Massimo Lunardon, the master of “transparent lightness”, represents the classical ingredients of a fairy tale: the forest, a lunch sack, and the little birds that steal breadcrumbs from Little Thumbling. Again, in this recent project, the artist has used a naif narrative to make her creations poetic. Alessandra, almost underlining her “fairy tale” disposition, quoted Italo calvino’s definition of fairy tales as, “Taken all together, in their oft-repeated and constantly varying examination of human vicissitudes, a general explanation of life preserved in the slow ripening of rustic consciences” Italian Folktales, Introduction, vol. 1, Mondadori, 2003)

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The Moodboarders is a glance into the design world, which, in all of its facets, captures the extraordinary even within the routine. It is a measure of the times. It is an antenna sensitive enough to pick-up on budding trends, emerging talents and neglected aesthetics. Instead of essays, we use brief tales to tune into the rhythm of our world. We travelled for a year without stopping, and seeing as the memory of this journey has not faded, we have chosen to edit a printed copy. We eliminated anything episodic, ephemeral or fading, maintaining a variety of articles that flow, without losing the element of surprise, the events caught taking place, and the creations having just bloomed.