Malkut – I Fiori del Regno

Mirta Carroli, 2009



Representing one of the signs of the Hebrew Kabbalah, the structure made of
corten steel and more than four meters high is intended to be a symbol of a
series of forms connected to an archetype, not unrelated to the theme of work
in the fields and achieved through a skillful play of balances. The composition
synthesizes recognizable forms in natural elements, from roots to trunks and
branches, with their solids and voids.


Mirta Carroli


Born in Brisighella (RA) in 1949. After attending art high school, she graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in the Sculpture course. In 1999 she was awarded the Marconi Prize for sculpture. Since 1980 she has held the chair of Plastic Disciplines at the Liceo Artistico ” F. Arcangeli ” in Bologna. She began exhibiting in 1984 with numerous solo and group exhibitions in Italy and abroad and has several large-scale sculptures to her credit