Jeff Koons in Florence, cheek to cheek with the David. Jeff Koons a Firenze, a tu per tu con il David

 

 

 

 

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Alle 3.56 di questa mattina, la scultura Pluto and Proserpina di Jeff Koons è diventata la degna compagna del David, a Firenze, in Piazza della Signoria. Un evento che segna l’inaugurazione della Biennale di Antiquariato, a Palazzo Corsini fino al 4 ottobre. Su invito di Fabrizio Moretti, l’artista è arrivato ieri pomeriggio  nel capoluogo toscano ed ha assistito per una ventina di minuti oltre la mezzanotte all’arrivo del camion. Poi gli uomini di Arteria hanno lavorato fino a mattina per installare l’opera che è arrivata ingabbiata in una cassa appositamente progettata da un ingegnere tedesco. Come reagiranno cittadini e visitatori alla vista di quest’opera luccicante, in acciaio inox smaltato di giallo, ispirata al gruppo di Bernini?

 

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At 3:56 this morning, the sculpture Pluto and Proserpina by Jeff Koons has become a worthy companion of the David, in Florence’s Piazza della Signoria. This event marks the opening of the Biennale of Antiques,  at Palazzo Corsini until 4 October. By invitation of Fabrizio Moretti, the artist arrived yesterday afternoon in the Tuscan capital city and attended by twenty minutes past midnight  the arrival of the truck which transported the sculpture. Then specialists of Arteria’s Company worked until morning to install the statue that came encased in a box especially designed by a German engineer. How will citizens and visitors react today looking at this shining, yellow stainless steel sculpture inspired by Bernini’s marble group?

Jeff Koons e Fabrizio Moretti a Firenze
Jeff Koons e Fabrizio Moretti a Firenze

 

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