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Mario Merz - Untitled (Porto double igloo)
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Stefano Bombardieri - Tribute to Colbert
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Cracking Art - Regeneration
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Jessica Carrol - Beehive bench
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Cracking Art - Cracking clan
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Maura Banfo - Nido
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Nazareno Biondo - Dead of Cuddle
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Ezio Gribaudo - Stegosauro
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Diego Dutto - DR46ON
Mario Merz - Untitled (Porto double igloo)
Stefano Bombardieri - Tribute to Colbert
Cracking Art - Regeneration
Jessica Carrol - Beehive bench
Cracking Art - Cracking clan
Maura Banfo - Nido
Nazareno Biondo - Dead of Cuddle
Ezio Gribaudo - Stegosauro
Diego Dutto - DR46ON

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Cracking Art is a movement formed by a group of artists who create installations of colorful and large shapes, to be placed in public places such as parks, squares and art exhibitions. On display "Regeneration", one of their best-known subjects linked to ecological commitment. Some snails of various sizes, in fuchsia polyethylene (recycled plastic), made with rotational molding, will occupy the flowerbed in front of the Green Bastion in the Giardino del Duca, to commemorate their delicate life cycle. The snail was chosen as a symbol of prosperity and on a symbolic level it teaches the value of freedom and independence since it always carries its home with it. Intelligent, lively, nosy, the just and loving the company of man, standing on their hind legs and their forelegs resting on their tummies, 12 funny oversized meerkats, in blue, yellow, green and red dresses, are anxiously awaiting visitors inside of the Galleria Sabauda. Like so many colorful wives gathered, their cute pointed faces will whisper some unlikely story to those who want to approach them, or will tend those little low ears of theirs to eavesdrop on the comments of those present. A dreamlike gossip in an authentic place of Kings and Queens.

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