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Ceramic Vase by Alessio Tasca (circa 1970s)

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Modern industrial style ceramic vase (c. 1970s) by Alessio Tasca (born 1929). Minimalist U-shaped ceramic vase in limestone-coloured glaze from the Italian school. This piece combines an industrial look inspired by Japanese minimalism. Both a vase and a beautiful sculpture at the same time. In good vintage condition commensurate with age. There is a minor nick in the top pointed ending of one of the uprights of the vase (see photo). Original maker's tag on bottom of work. 

About the Artist: Alessio Tasca was born in Nove, Vicenza, Italy in 1929. Tasca is a world renowned prize-winning ceramicist whose creations appear in institutions such as the Victoria & Albert Museum in London and the National Gallery of Modern Art in Rome. His creations have been honoured in la Biennale in Venice and appeared in the Salone di Milano. 


H 18 cm

W 12 cm

D 5 cm