The dialogue between ceramic and art expressed by the works of Betty Woodman will be the subject of an exhibition curated by Vincenzo de Bellis to be held at the Marino Marini Museum in Florence from 19 September to 28 November.
Details and Terre Nostre are the flagship collections that Tagina Ceramiche d'Arte will be unveiling at Cersaie 2015, deriving from the craftsmanship of Atelier Tagina, the company's in-house laboratory.
The historic Florentine brand is one of the oldest in the ceramic floor and wall tile industry and symbolises the cream of Italian craftsmanship. The aim of this deal is to restore it to its rightful place among the market leaders of the luxury ceramic sector.
The aim of the initiative is to cast a new light on artistic majolica, while still adhering to tradition. The collection was overseen by Elisabetta Furin, a designer and lecturer at the Italian Design Institute in Perugia.