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Gagosian Quarterly

February 1, 2017

Giuseppe Penone: ephemeris

Using sculptural media and techniques, renowned artist Giuseppe Penone releases the animas of things, thus uniting the essence of nature with the sensations of direct human action. In Giuseppe Penone: ephemeris we get a glimpse of his process as he explores some of the ideas behind Equivalenze.

Artwork © Giuseppe Penone

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