5 post(s) in art gallery
Welcome to Via Porta all’Arco, surely one of the most beautiful streets in Tuscany, leading from the main square of Volterra to the 3000 year old Etruscan Gate “Porta all’Arco”, this ancient monument of enormous importance.
While in Tuscany this Summer visit our new gallery Kalpa Art Living in the Palazzo Bonomini in the historical centre of the Etruscan town of Volterra, one of the most picturesque locations in Italy. This new location has been opened in June and it will remain open to visitors every day 10 am – 7 pm until the end of October 2019. The unexpected raw sophistication is what characterises the aesthetic outcome of our work on the interiors. The partial restoration, saving all the historical layers with their imperfect traces of time made the space into a work of art itself…
Solo show by Olga Niescier, taking place in Siena as part of the city’s project ARTE SIENA 2019. Invited by Siena’s department of culture, the chosen artists present their solo exhibitions in the heart of Siena’s historical centre, in Palazzo Patrizi. “Structura Naturalis” is a selection of Niescier’s paintings from 2013 – 2016, an insight into botanical micro-universes, a personal encounter with Zen and abstract expressionism, a meditative exploration of nature’s structures and rhythms.
A sophisticated dialogue between two ceramic artists, Yoshimi Futamura, Japanese living in Paris and Sabine Pagliarulo, French-Italian living in Rome. Both artists bring their ceramic work to an outstanding level of research and expression proving that stoneware, terracotta and porcelain can create evocative and visionary contemporary sculpture.
In 2019 Kalpa Art Living will launch its new location in the historical centre of the ancient Etruscan town of Volterra, one of the most picturesque locations in Tuscany. The new venue is located in Palazzo Bonomini on Via Porta all’Arco, a charming street connecting the main square with the famous Porta all’Arco, an Etruscan gate to the city dating back to 4th century B.C. This sophisticated, mysterious building of palazzo Bonomini dates back to medieval and renaissance times and over the ages it has been the home to several religious and charitable institutions. Today it is a project “in progress” giving space to various arts in its time-hallowed rooms.