Maurizio Cattelan - Sculpture Carillon L.O.V.E. (Digitus Impudicus)

Maurizio Cattelan - Sculpture Carillon L.O.V.E. (Digitus Impudicus)
Carillon Sculpture - 2015

Resin SCULPTURE L.O.V.E. with carillon by the italian Artist designer Maurizio Cattelan
This proposal is the reproduction of the iconic sculpture placed in Piazza Affari in Milan, the work of Maurizio Cattelan
This sculpture - which actually does not raise the middle finger but simply the other four fingers chopped off - nicknamed middle finger or "DIGITUS IMPUDICUS "
It has been played 2000 copies unnumbered and unsigned, for the Salone del Mobile
INTERPRETATIONS - "L. O. V. E. "would represent a fascist salute" depontenziato "an expression of the artist's dissent against the dictatorial regime of Mussolini: the fingers of the hand, unless of course the average, are in fact severed. However, the challenge is clear: the vulgar gesture in Piazza Affari also appears to be aimed at the business world and financial speculation

L.O.V.E. stands for libertà , odio, vendetta, eternità
The sculpture base is a carillon which plays the song " raindrops keep falling on my head" while the hand without fingers moves around.

The sculpture dimensions 28 cm. X 10,5 X 10,5 cm..

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