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  • Creator Martinoli Lorenzo
  • Dimensions H 23 cm
  • Material Corten steel sculpture and sphere in stainless steel
  • Technique Handcrafted with forging technique


    Unique piece
    Signed by the artist


    This sculpture is handmade to order.
    Production time is around 30 days from order placement.


    Iron is mostly left raw, where impurities and imperfections become an integral part of Martinoli's work, only in some cases is chromium plating decided. And here the roughness gives way to a smooth and smooth surface. The reflected light creates a play of shadows and reverberations that modify the vision of the work based on the point of view.

    Regular price € 630,00   ex. VAT

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    About the artist, Martinoli Lorenzo

    Martinoli's artistic research starts from the material. The use of iron and forging are essential for his artistic work. Large iron plates in his hands change shape, change and become light airy figures.

    In the sculptures, which often present themselves as preparatory sketches for large-scale developments, the strength and heaviness of iron are surpassed by stylized, and often thread-like, forms that retain their lightness even in the imposing reproductions. Iron and fire are the heart of Lorenzo Martinoli's art, where the ancient coal forge, active since 1874 and the creativity of modern time come together for an all-round art.

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