Thursday 12 September at 6.30 pm At the OlioSuTavola gallery the Lost and Found exhibition inaugurates the English artist Diana Edmunds who has "illuminated" sites and galleries with her optical fibers and "speaks" of Lucca's subsoil. His collages are accompanied by lamps by Martinelli Luce.
Lost and rediscovered. "Lost and found" is the exhibition that the former English model and painter exhibited at the contemporary art gallery OlioSuTavola. The vernissage is at 6:30 pm, with an aperitif to follow, and it will be an opportunity to make a first trip in a very particular canvas path, dedicated in some way to Lucca and its land, more precisely to the underground of the house that Diana Edmunds chose Ponte a Moriano, where she lives with her husband. A path is lit (literally) by Martinelli Luce's lamps. It is the collage, composed of lost and found materials and objects, that characterizes the works of this exhibition, very linked to Lucca.
The exhibition is open until 30 September, also in the evening. Time: Mon. / Sat .: 10:00 / 12:00, 17:00 / 00:00 - Sun: 5:00 pm / midnight; Monday closed. The third weekend of the month, on the occasion of the Mercato Antiquario (Antiques Market), also open for lunch. For info: 0583 491104, www.oliosutavola.com.