Via Zanardelli 54 Carpenedolo 25013 Brescia Italia
tel : +39 389 8003 004
ART & craft Handmade
MAKING – UP INTERVENTION for conservation
Some architectural restoration works :
2011 – 2013 Restoration of the Church of Saints Thomas and Andrew in Pontevico (BS, Italy).
2007 – 2008 Restoration of the Church in Fasano (BS, Italy).
May 2007 – July 2007 Restoration of Palazzo Boschi in Bedizzole (BS, Italy).
2005 – 2007 Restoration of Palazzo Monti in Montichiari (BS, Italy).
2005 Restoration of the Church of Nuvolera (BS, Italy).
2004 Restoration and conservation projects for the Church of St. Valentine in Breno (BS, Italy), Church of the Assumption in Sestri Ponente (GE, Italy), and the Old Convent of Chieri (TO, Italy).
2003 Restoration and conservation project (archaeological focus) at the National Museum of Azulejos in Lisbon, Portugal.
2002 Restoration of the Church of the Nativity of Mary in Calcinato (BS, Italy) and restoration of paintings in Calcinato (BS, Italy).
2001 Restoration of Villa Giovannelli in Noventa Padovana (PD, Italy).
May 2001 Restoration of a building in Via Maqueda, Palermo (SI, Italy).
2014 – 2015 Project to rehabilitate and conserve the historic gardens of the villas in Mincio Regional Park (Italy).
_Private house. I have to put together the stories, the CONCEPTS “conceive” the RESPECT – Environmental protection.
_Abitazione Private. Devo mettere insieme le Storie, i CONCETTI«concepire», il RISPETTO – la tutela dell’Ambiente.
Monica Bispo, Brasilian, graduated in Art and Design at the Academy of Fine Arts of Bahia. In Italy she studied Restoration of Decorated Architectural Surfaces and worked for 10 years as a restorer in churches and private villas in Italy then was invited at the National Museum of Azulejos in Lisbon. Recently she obtained the Master in Planning and Preservation of Garden and Landscape at Minoprio-Polimi Milan. She works in her studio in Brescia, Italy. “I firmly believe that artisanal craftsmanship and invention— another word for design—have to coexist. For me imagining and creating happen close by: they are the natural reaction to an idea. Each one of my pieces are handmade and their design strives for simplicity, I don’t want to impose myself on space or medium, but listen to them. My research spaces from the purity of ancient techniques to the exciting possibilities of new materials… so in my new collection will debut some large ceramic pots, but much lighter than classic ones and yet frost resistant.
Monica Bispo, brasiliana, si laurea in Arte e Design all’Accademia di Belle Arti di Bahia. In Italia studia Restauro Superfici Lapidei e lavora per più di 10 anni come restauratrice in chiese e ville private, e viene invitata al Museo Nazionale di Azulejos di Lisbona. Recentemente ottiene il Master in Progettazione e Conservazione del Giardino e del Paesaggio presso Minoprio-Polimi Milano ho approfondito il mio percorso di progettazione e indagine del PAESAGGIO. Dove questo diventa eco paesaggio, arte, percorsi sostenibili/urbani.””Per me il pensare e il creare accadono in prossimità, sono sempre trainati da un’idea, da una ricerca. Ho sempre un bisogno immediato di avere tra le mani qualcosa di essenzialmente VIVO e poi da li cominciare.”
Lavora nel suo atelier a Brescia.