On the occasion of BOOMing 2024, Trentino galleries Cellar Contemporary and Studio d'Arte Raffaelli, united in one booth for the third consecutive time, will exhibit a selection of limited editions produced exclusively with their artists and the new entry Simone Tribuiani.

To begin, the galleries present a new collaboration with Simone Tribuiani, aka Tribu. Cesenatico artist linked to environmental issues, great lover of surfing and sports in general. His art is not limited to just one medium, but ranges from glass, wood, paper, fabric, but especially recycled materials derived from port activity.

Regarding the limited editions we start withLaurina Paperina, with the very recent "Papedanaio", an eccentric and irreverent piggy bank that will guard your savings with an ironic comment ("Keep Calm, you're poor anyway" on the pink version and "Be Proud of your short arms" on the green version). Papedanai are collectibles related to the artist's creative horizon, which never fails to amaze and entertain its audience.

Another project on display will be "Il gioco infinito" by South Tyrolean sculptor Willy Verginer, a double limited edition ceramic piece inspired by the Gardena artist's work of the same name. The playful subject, presented by the artist himself as an original insight inspired by the series of works dedicated to Cortazar's novel "Rayuela," meets a new material and comes to life in the artist's hands.

It continues with Misaki Kawai and his collection of vases. Created to playfully decorate and make cozy every home environment, the Japanese artist's vases freely dialogue with the exhibited works and become precious collectibles in all their colors and emotions.

And finally, Erik Foss with "I cacciatori di Nove", five new cobra-shaped sculptures, each made in one of the following colors: light blue, blue, gold, yellow and orange, a limited edition of 8 pieces of each color accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from the artist (although we must admit that the gold version is already sold out!).

The Raffaelli and Cellar house limited editions will thus be presented to the public all together for the first time, with the last pieces available.