December 2019 – Bruno and Guido Gambone
From December 15 Simone Begani hosts a selection of works by Bruno and Guido Gambone including a lion by Bruno from the early seventies and a large sculptural bowl by Guido from the early sixties. These ceramic works are presented alongside some pictorial and textile works including the inedited painting Arcieri by Ludolf Verworner (Leipzig 1864 – Fiesole 1927) and the tapestry Viaggi created by the Scassa manufacture of Asti (Italia Disegno) in 1960 on a project by Corrado Cagli (Ancona 1910 – Rome 1976). The tapestry was part of the exhibition L’opera di Corrado Cagli held in 1972 at Palazzo Strozzi in Florence.


GUIDO GAMBONE, Bowl, early sixties
BRUNO and GUIDO GAMBONE, Trays, cups and vases, 1950/1970
ALBERTO ROSSELLI, Confidential, Saporiti 1972
BRUNO GAMBONE, Lion, early seventies
BRUNO GAMBONE, Vases, late seventies

BRUNO GAMBONE, Three horses, late seventies

BRUNO GAMBONE, Set of bottles, late seventies

BRUNO GAMBONE, Two Bottles, late sixties
LUDOLF VERWORNER, Arcieri, early twentieth century
CORRADO CAGLI, Viaggi, Arazzeria Scassa (Italia Disegno) 1960

GUIDO GAMBONE, Vase and bowl, mid fifties