Marine Ecologist at the University of Pisa – we collaborate since 2015 on the topic of artificial light at night.
Professional photographer, specialized in nightscapes.
IRIS Ambiente is a small consulting and engineering firm based near Florence. For IRIS Ambiente I provide mainly services on geographic information systems and environmental data management, but we also collaborate on other topics, such as photography.
Website (in Italian): http://www.irisambiente.it
A small, convenient and cozy hotel in Florence, Italy. Strategically located between the Santa Maria Novella railway station and the centre, it is run by Vincenzo and Valeria Albanese.
The hotel serves as a stop point in Florence and also as a location for some of the pibinko.org initiatives.
web site: https://www.hotellombardi.com/
A painter, a graphic artist, and a beatboxer
Before covering the Peter’s painting side, a little soundtrack by himself
Pietro Crivelli graduated at the Fine Arts Academy of Florence in 1974. In 1977 he had his first international exhibitions, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and in New York City.
In 1977 he left Italy for Asia and India for four years, relocated to Sicily in 1981-1982. Between 1982 and 1995 he was in the USA (California, Colorado, and Seattle, Washington), where he was active both as a painter and a decorator.
He then moved to Bali, where he continued his activity as an artist, painting also in India and Indonesia.
In 2010 he relocated back to Italy, moving in an area not far from Florence, his home town, but completely new for him: the Farma Valley, in the hills and off the beaten track, about 40 km South of Siena.
Here he continues is activities, combining his experiences, extremely varied and from different continents with the interaction with a local environment which maintains a very strong legacy with nature and with the history of Tuscany.
Being a fully-fledged artist, Pietro also has a consolidated track record as a musician and an entertainer: in 1971 he was one of the founding members of Whisky Trail, the first band in Italy to propose Irish folk music. He then left the group when he started his international travels, but was always active as a guitarist and bass player, with strong ties to folk, country music, blues and Afro-American spirituals.
To contact Pietro: firstname.lastname@example.org , (+39) 366 4092413
Solo and collective exhibitions
1972, Florence, Italy, Le Pavoniere, Le Cascine
1973, Tokyo, Japan, Association Friends Italy-Japan
1974, Rome, Italy, Galleria Della Pigna,
1975, Prato, Italy (collective)
1977, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, International Etching Exhibition contest
1979, Pune, India, Music House, Koregoan Park (collective)
1988, Seattle, Washington USA, Torrefazione Italia Cafè.
1991, Seattle, Washington USA, Lawson Gallery (Collective)
1992-1995, Various private collections around the USA
1996, Florence, Italy, In club Editor
1997, Siena, Italy, Miasto Institute for Meditation (collective)
2001, Bali, Indonesia, Gaya Gallery (collective)
2002, Bali, Indonesia, Gaya Gallery, Recycled Art (collective)
2002, Bali, Indonesia, Biasa Gallery, Seminyak
2003, Singapore, Dauphin Gallery (collective)
2004, Milano, Italy, Navigli, East West Gallery
2005, Victoria, Australia, Q dos- Gallery, Lorne , Victoria (Collective)
2007, Warung Made, Seminyak, Bali, Indonesia. Solo exhibit “ The rice paddies”
2010, Tiruvannamalai , Rani’s Garden, Tamil Nadu, South India
2014, Siena, A cavallo dell’Anno, (Collective)
2015, Tatti, Italy (collective)
1977, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Etching International Exhibition
First Prize etching: Train 833 at New York Grand Central
1979, Reggello, Italy, County award for oil painting
Since 2010 I collaborate with Luciano Massetti, Senior Researcher at the Biometeorology Institute of the Italian National Research Council (Florence facility).
A contractor for maintenance works of different kind, and with a great experience with wines (running a wine bar in Tuscany for more than ten years).
He was also the first citizen registered as a participant in our Night Sky Quality Participatory Monitoring project, in 2008 (cfr. TG2 Costume e Societa del 30-3-2010)
Manager of Casa Bazar (now partly Euronics Point) in Torniella, and dance instructor. Supporting various projects.
Torniella, Piloni and Scalvaia are three hamlets populating the scarcely populated Farma Valley, half way between Siena and Grosseto, in Southern Tuscany.
Torniella (with the presence of folks also from Piloni and Scalvaia) was the starting point on January 4, 2007 of the Palla a 21 in Chicago project. This subsequently triggered many of the stories you find on this site.
A summary of the case is presented from different angles in two articles (Il Tirreno, 2016, and Langscape Magazine 2018).