Engadine artist Marco Zuffellato works with organic elements such as alluvial wood, skulls, feathers or horsehair, but also with raw metal and seemingly meaningless found objects. From these he evokes sculptures and objects of archaic beauty with intuitive creative power. Forms between light and shadow, life and death. In addition to functional and massive objects, he has been reviving his "Totemmännli" - small decorative figures made of wood - for some time now.
Where Galleria Zuffelato, Via dal Malögin 4
When on request