Bruno Martinazzi, 1923–2018

An Artist and Defender of Freedom
Ellen Maurer-Zilioli

“I believe that my actions are searching for signs to be able to grow, to become more humane and free, to bear witness with art to man as the being that can wrest something from the “panta rhei” (“flowing of everything,” Heraclitus), from coming into being, something that cannot expire, something with which heaven becomes more buoyant.” —Bruno Martinazzi

Crop, Bruno Martinazzi, Quel Piegare è Amor
Bruno Martinazzi, Appiglio (Grip)
Bruno Martinazzi, Quel Piegare è Amor
Bruno Martinazzi, Ramo d’Oro
Ellen Maurer Zilioli and Bruno Martinazzi
Ellen Maurer Zilioli
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Bruno Martinazzi, 1923–2018

An Artist and Defender of Freedom
Ellen Maurer-Zilioli

“I believe that my actions are searching for signs to be able to grow, to become more humane and free, to bear witness with art to man as the being that can wrest something from the “panta rhei” (“flowing of everything,” Heraclitus), from coming into being, something that cannot expire, something with which heaven becomes more buoyant.” —Bruno Martinazzi

Crop, Bruno Martinazzi, Quel Piegare è Amor
Bruno Martinazzi, Appiglio (Grip)
Bruno Martinazzi, Quel Piegare è Amor
Bruno Martinazzi, Ramo d’Oro
Ellen Maurer Zilioli and Bruno Martinazzi
Ellen Maurer Zilioli
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In Memory of June Schwarcz

Mike Holmes
<p>June was fierce in her dedication to her work, unwavering in the standards she set for herself, wide in her intellectual range, passionate about beautiful clothes, appreciative of a cereal bowl that felt good in the hand... June never gave up on beauty. It was her one rule.</p>

Born June 10, 1918, Denver, Colorado

Died August 2, 2015, Sausalito, California
 

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In Memory of June Schwarcz

Mike Holmes
<p>June was fierce in her dedication to her work, unwavering in the standards she set for herself, wide in her intellectual range, passionate about beautiful clothes, appreciative of a cereal bowl that felt good in the hand... June never gave up on beauty. It was her one rule.</p>

Born June 10, 1918, Denver, Colorado

Died August 2, 2015, Sausalito, California
 

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In Memory of Manfred Bischoff

Karl Bollman
<p>He knew the ecstasy of love. But when it came to his work, he invoked the less passionate, Platonic-Socratic Eros. He wanted the fruits of his creativity to be part of human existence. Wherever there are humans, there is community, and joy and comfort are needed.&nbsp;</p>

Manfred BischoffBorn November 7, 1947, Schömberg, Germany

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In Memory of Manfred Bischoff

Karl Bollman
<p>He knew the ecstasy of love. But when it came to his work, he invoked the less passionate, Platonic-Socratic Eros. He wanted the fruits of his creativity to be part of human existence. Wherever there are humans, there is community, and joy and comfort are needed.&nbsp;</p>

Manfred BischoffBorn November 7, 1947, Schömberg, Germany

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