Nicola Bortoletto was born in 1997 in Padua, Italy. Now living and working between Milan and Padua. Bortoletto is a multidisciplinare artist and is known to work across different mediums exploring the use of unusual materials to the artistic practice and more classical materials such as tars, cements, ceramic, iron, pitch, wood, oil and marble. Bortoletto has developed a highly personal visual language. He has a romantic, dramatic, primitive and nostalgic approach. It is an obsessive search for shapes and material and it has a clear dialogue with the ancient populations.
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The collection is inspired by the organic shapes of Ethiopian sacred architectures and ancient rituals.
With a strong aesthetic language developed by Nicola Bortoletto, a collection of vases, urns, bowls comes to life, looking at distant realities and populations.
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The process of creation is a constant intuitive research in material presence and shape. Bortoletto does not use any tools to work the clay. Each piece is unique because it is entirely handcrafted by him in his atelier.
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Saudi Collection is designed and created for the table. Plates, bowls and trays entirely handmade by Nicola Bortoletto with his extremely personal language, with primitive, dramatic and romantic features, and references to ancient banquets.