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Grande estruso
1987 - steel

Located near a carved stone fountain, the site chosen by the artist is removed from the main paths of the park and is found in a clearing that can be reached only by narrow trails. The piece is composed of thick, irregular rings in galvanized steel, fitting one over the other. The pieces start small on either end, increasing in size and meeting in the middle. Juxtaposed with this biomorphic form is the sound of water falling, which reinforces the reference to prehistoric fossils, larvae and other shells discarded by living creatures.

Fabrizio Corneli

Fabrizio Corneli (Florence, 1958) lives and works in Florence. Among his many solo exhibitions we recall here: Studio G7, Bologna (1994, 1998, 2002, 2007); Kunstverein Grafschaft, Bentheim, Neuenhaus (1996); Università Bocconi, Milan (1999); Msshokan, Kobe (2000, 2007); Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Tokyo (2001); Studio Trisorio, Naples and Rome (2002, 2004, 2005); Galleria Artiscope, Brussels (2003); Yokohama Portside Gallery, Yokohama (2003); Villa la Magia, Quarrata PT (2005); Galleria von Bartha, S-chanf, Valle Engadina (2007), Ana Serratosa-Arte, Valencia (2011), Archäologisches Museum Frankfurt, Frankfurt (2012).

Ha realizzato progetti ambientali per Parkplatz, "Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger", Colonia (1997); Fontenuova d'Ovile, Siena (1998); Choeur de l'Eglise Sainte-Foy, Sélestat (1999, permanent); Circo Massimo, Roma (2000); S. Andrea in Tontoli, Prato (2000, permanent); Shushinkan, Kobe (2001, permanent); Roman Theater, Cassino (2002); Elec 2002, Parc d'Exposition, Paris; Etrans, Laufenburg, Basel (2003, permanent); Roman Cistern, Todi (PG) 2003; "Expo" Aichi, Italian Pavilion of Nagoya (2005); Villa la Magia, Quarrata PT (2005, permanent): Anderlecht, Brussels (2006, permanent); Sannomya Tower, Sannomya, Kobe (2007, permanent); St. Angela, Bornheim Hersel, Bonn (2008, permanent); Piazza del Duomo, Aquila (2011); Piazza S. Maria in Castello, Prato (2014, permanente).


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