A sculpture by Luna Paiva finds its home in Patagonia

Luna Paiva's sculptures have something magical about them: cairns, in human history, have always radiated complex meanings, hidden in their equilibrium. Consequently, it is difficult to think of a better place for the "Totem" sculpture than the largest labyrinth in Latin America: the GAL Patagonia. The gallery is a space designed and built to offer and share artistic experiences: exhibitions, concerts, digital installations, but also art workshops.This is where the sculpture, made of cast-bronze stones, will be housed, thanks to the Fondazione Marcelo Burlon. Luna’s objects are ready-mades of nature that have been gilded, and speak of a time that pre-existed the human eye, but at the same time of the consumerism of the contemporary world.



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