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Joan Fontcuberta, public art and ceramics

Joan Fontcuberta, public art and ceramics

A permanent public artwork, the first made on big ceramic slabs, that takes art to Reggio Emilia onto the street, outdoors, to enable everyone to access it: it is a ceramic photo-mosaic, 16 metres high and 6 metres wide, in which twelve thousand photographs sent in by members of the public in a single large image. 

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Joan Fontcuberta, public art and ceramics
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Joan Fontcuberta, public art and ceramics
A permanent public artwork, the first made on big ceramic slabs, that takes art to Reggio Emilia onto …
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Design Forever, a tribute to timeless design to celebrate the Salone’s 60th anniversary
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Design Forever, a tribute to timeless design to celebrate the Salone’s 60th anniversary
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Stoneware as a furnishing solution
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Additive manufacturing, a new approach to furniture design
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Italian tax breaks, the race to renovate is on
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Primary and secondary renovation works, grant and tax credit transfer schemes: it has got off to …
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