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Located near the Stock Exchange, this monument is a statement about Liberty, Hate, Revenge and Eternity (“libertà, odio, vendetta, eternità). Worth a cheeky photo is can find it.
Cuando llegué a la Piazza degli Affari y frente al Palacio sede de la Bolsa de Milán, me encontré con un enorme dedo de cerca 2 metros apuntando hacia el cielo, polémica escultura del también polémico... read more »When I arrived at Piazza degli Affari and front Palace headquarters of the Milan Stock Exchange, I found a huge finger about 2 meter pointing towards the sky, controversial sculpture by Italian artist also controversially Maurizzio Cattelan. Apparently it seems that the "finger", which is part of a huge hand, would be representing a typical fascist salute, but with the particularity that the missing fingers are not bent over Palm, which would represent the known and irreverent gesture of insult, but have been cut, which generates duality, fascist salute or insulting gesture?. The author leaves possibly rid the imagination of each the interpretation of his work L.O.V.E. which means freedom, hatred, revenge, eternity.show original
Piazza degli Affari sede della Storica Borsa Valori, cuore pulsante dell'economia nazionale è dal 2010 arricchita dalla''irriverente, ma significativa opera di Maurizio Cattelan L.O.V.E. L'opera raffi... read more »The business headquarters of the Historic Stock Exchange Square, the heart of the national economy is from 2010 enriched by '' irreverent, but significant work of Maurizio Cattelan L.O.V.E. The work depicts a hand with all fingers chopped off, as if weathered, except the middle finger gesture irreverent, integrates seamlessly with the classic style and the stock exchange Palace and monumental façade with its striking contrast represents a strong warning on the ipervalutazione of the financial world that too often has conditioned the life and development of the countryshow original
Roberto SpigaBeautiful sculpture, to visit. Finger that seems to apply to the financial world, remember that is set in Exchange.show original
Tobias JahnkuhnArtistically probably valuable but otherwise not more than to find a little hard a Skulptur...mit see also...show original
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