Giacomo Ravagli was born in 1981 in Tuscany, Italy and learned to carve marble in the sculpture workshops of Pietrasanta. He started carving as an apprentice at age eighteen and spent many years producing religious ornaments and decorations, large outdoor artworks for public spaces, and sculptures for contemporary artists.

Since 2011 Ravagli has been creating high-end furniture, ranging from limited editions to unique pieces for galleries and art collectors.

Ravagli mixes architecture and sculpture, playing with light and different materials in a costant exercise in reduction and refinement that lead to a certain serendipity of forms. 
In short, he acts as a designer but thinks like a sculptor.

His work has been exhibited internationally in galleries, museums, and art institutions, as well as at industry fairs.


Giacomo Ravagli's work is represented by:
Carpenters Workshop Gallery in Paris, London, New York and San Francisco 


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