Mariani, Davide (2017) La Musealizzazione dello studio d'artista: il caso dello scultore Gavino Tilocca (1911-1999). Doctoral Thesis.
Historical houses and artist's studios represent an immense cultural heritage and are considered universally real theatres of historical memory thanks to their ability to provide valuable information about life and works of those inhabited them. Considering this panorama of studies, this paper aims to reconstruct the artistic career of the sculptor Gavino Tilocca (Sassari, 1911-1999) - a significant presence of Sardinian art scene after World War II, and a prominent figure of Italian ceramics between the Fifties and the Sixties - starting from its studio in Sassari to trace then a musealization project of his place of work. To better understand the dynamics that lie behind the conversion from private spaces in public ones, four case studies will be considered: the reconstruction of Constantin Brancusi’s studio in Paris and the relocation of the Francis Bacon’s studio in Dublin as well as the redevelopment of Giorgio Marandi's house in Bologna and Carlo Zauli’s laboratory in Faenza. These experiences form the basis of the reflections will lead to the realization of the transformation project of the Gavino Tilocca's studio in a museum, whose goal is to create a public centre of study and research, education and entertainment and at the same time to give rise to a place of affection for the regional community.
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