Salvatore Sorrentino, known on national soil as Sasà Sorrentino, is a ceramist and painter from Pagani (Salerno) – class of 1973 – who combines traditional themes with innovative forms.
Imaginative and irreverent artist with a vast production, Sasà looks to the future without losing sight of the values and traditions of his land, the Amalfi coast.
He creates totally unique sculptures and imaginative works characterized by irony and double meanings, which are clearly visible in his main series “Bestiario OGM”, “Fuck Horn” and “Le Autogenesi”.
Photographer, restorer, painter and ceramist, he chooses to pay homage to the world of lathe turners, an often forgotten environment made of virtuous craftsmen and skilled potters, with works belonging to the cycle of “Le Autogenesi”.
Sasà tells a story made up of exquisite ideas and designs that characterize the typical Made in Italy of our land, made up of creatives, artisans and artists who combine the colors and sensations of tradition and innovation.