Empty of clasped hands

7° Simposio Internazionale di Scultura su pietre del Friuli Venezia Giulia

Marmo Rosso Verzegnis

Itinerari nel Rojale


In the incessant involvement of bodies, hands take center stage, acting as supporters in the evocation of mystery, in a continuous search for evolution.

Large hands that accompany the bodies and take care of them; hands projected towards change, towards reinventing themselves with the awareness that transformation will be ongoing until there is no more time... and in the silence of an erotic tension in the void, thoughts take shape.

Lara Steffe

Elena Mutinelli

Born in Milan, where she still lives and works, she obtained her sculpture diploma from the Brera Academy of Fine Arts in 1990, studying under professors Cavaliere, Cascella, and Lidia Silvestri. To learn the technique of marble sculpture, she decided to spend some time in Pietrasanta. She began exhibiting in 1989, quickly establishing herself in Italy with both collective and solo exhibitions. Currently, she collaborates with the "Veneranda Fabbrica del Duomo di Milano" for the replacement of original marble works with marble copies, and she also teaches sculpture to inmates at the Opera prison (MI).