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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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Description

Son of art, Stefano Bombardieri has lived in the world of sculpture since he was a child. He therefore quickly developed a personal approach to creative work that he defines as "courage to dare" starting with the variety of materials and the large dimensions of his works of public art. Many of its subjects are part of wildlife, including life- sized rhinos and species that recall the fragility of the environmental theme and extinction. For the exhibition of the Royal Museums, Bombardieri takes up a subject already presented at the 52nd Venice Biennale (2007), but created specifically for this exhibition, "Homage to Colbert": an elephant seated with a figure in front of it that resembles a praying monk . The elephant opens the path of the exhibition in the Piazzetta Reale as a symbol of good wishes and the ability to remove obstacles.


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