White glazed ceramic tea light holders measuring 14” tall with an arm span of 14.5” and a base measuring 10” across. See photos for reference to the other two available sizes.
Every piece Cambi produces is one of a kind, each ghost with its own unique character and facial expression.
Click here to view Cambi’s full collection at Gold Bug.
Born in Cassano Magnago, Italy in 1960, sculptor, painter and studio glassmaker Roberto Cambi started working with ceramics in the 70s at the Accadamia di Pittura in Faenza, opening his first studio soon after.
He attended the Fine Art Academy in Bologna and taught at the Department of Ceramic Art at Seoul National University of Technology in South Korea before receiving an award of Excellency at the Mopko International Ceramic Competition in South Korea in 2000.
In 2014 his installation "It’s Only a Matter of Time", which debuted in a former slaughterhouse and deals poignantly with concepts of life and death, received the prestigious "Open Award" at the Arte Laguna Prize in Venice.
Showing a restless streak and a penchant for pop and playful creations, he often creates his works as part of a wider project or site specific installation. The pieces available to you here represent components to these larger, often public, works.
Cambi has two daughters and shares his time between Milan and London.