Exhibitor listing
Saturday and Sunday - Charabati Bizzarri
Canvas - Charabati Bizzarri
Sand - Charabati Bizzarri
Untangled - Charabati Bizzarri
7 Trapos - Charabati Bizzarri
Loom - Charabati Bizzarri
Hammocks - Charabati Bizzarri
Azul Del Mar - Charabati Bizzarri
Charabati Bizzarri
Stand n°  Room 106

T  415-265-7338
M   desannemartin@gmail.com
www.charabatibizzarri.com
E-mail address : desannemartin@gmail.com
Website : http://www.charabatibizzarri.com
 
Using, water, fire, air, and earth triggers magic. This magic is the result of understanding, appreciating and seducing clay. Sewing, weaving, knitting, and stretching the clay Raquel Charabati and Monica Bizzarri push boundaries with their work. Hard and fragile materials become flexible and resistant. From a place of adventure and experimentation, playfulness and reflection they give clay a new voice. The result is work that is large, dynamic and textural. Their commission work can be found in many of Mexico's finest hotels and homes as well as in South America, and Israel.

Artists Exhibited at the show:

  • Charabati Bizzarri

    Charabati Bizzarri

    Charabati Bizzarri - Azul Del Mar
    Azul Del Mar
    Charabati Bizzarri - Hammocks
    Hammocks
    Charabati Bizzarri - Loom
    Loom
    Charabati Bizzarri - 7 Trapos
    7 Trapos
    Charabati Bizzarri - Untangled
    Untangled
    Charabati Bizzarri - Sand
    Sand
    Charabati Bizzarri - Canvas
    Canvas
    Charabati Bizzarri - Saturday and Sunday
    Saturday and Sunday
    Biography : Raquel Charabati was born in Mexico. She has worked with ceramics for over 30 years. She studied to become a ceramic technician at MOA, Japanese Ceramic School in Toluca, Mexico. Her work has been presented at many groups and solo exhibitions in Mexico and abroad. She has been selected several times to participate in the Museo Franz Mayer Ceramic Biennale held in Mexico City. Some of her work has been acquired by prestigious institutions in Mexico, Argentina, and Israel. Monica Bizzarri, a Mexico-City native studied graphic design at the Universidad Anahuac, Mexico City. She worked for 18 months at Dahlen Sign Company of Minnesota while she received her degree in screen printing. Monica holds a masters degree in photography from the Istituto Superiore Di Fotografia in Italy and was curator of the Gruppo Amundsen Gallery in Rome Italy for 10 years.

GALLERY INFORMATION

 
Desanne Martin    Key contact for new commissions and installations
 
Raquel Charabati was born in Mexico. She has working with ceramics for over 30 years. She studied to become a ceramic technician at MOA, Japanese Ceramic School in Toluca, Mexico. Her work has been presented at many group and solo exhibitions in Mexico and abroad. She has been selected several times to participate in the Museo Franz Mayer Ceramic Biennale held in Mexico City. Some of her work has been acquired by prestigious institutions in Mexico, Argentina, and Israel.

Monica Bizzarri, a Mexico-City native studied graphic design at the Universidad Anahuac, Mexico City. She worked for 18 months at Dahlen Sign Company of Minnesota while she received her degree in screen printing. Monica holds a master's degree in photography from the Istituto Superiore Di Fotografia in Italy and was curator of the Gruppo Amundsen Gallery in Rome Italy for 10 years.