Giovanni Scafuro was born in Naples and trained in the workshops of local artisans: ceramists, smiths and carpenters, from whom he learned the art of manual labor. Today, in his Milan studio, he designs and creates objects for everyday use: lamps, chairs, tables, jewellery; giving new life to recycled items and materials. Rescue and re-use are in fact constants in his continuing process of experimentation.

associated museum: MADRE Museo d'Arte Cont. Donna Regina, Naples 123

Collana obtained by the assembling of circular cuttings recovered from invitation cards to past exhibitions held at the MADRE, mounted with accessories in brass.
photo by Pietro Scapin