About Giuseppe Penone
|Name||Giuseppe Penone (Guiseppe Penone)|
|Birth Location||Garessio, CN (IT)|
|Media||Sculpture, Objects, Installation Art, Found object|
Giuseppe Penone's Biography
Giuseppe Penone is an Italian contemporary artist, born in 1947 in Garessio, Italy. He is an influential figure in the Arte Povera movement and has been working in various mediums such as sculpture, objects, installation art, and found objects. Penone is known for his interest in the relationship between man and nature, often exploring the human body as an extension of nature. His works are often devoted to the relationship between man and nature, and he is particularly interested in the use of organic materials in his works. Penone has had numerous solo and group exhibitions in galleries and museums around the world, including the Centre Pompidou, the Toyota Municipal Museum of Art, and the Jeu de Paume.
Giuseppe Penone's Art
GEOMETRIA NELLE MANI - OVALE(2005)
Giuseppe Penone's artwork GEOMETRIA NELLE MANI - OVALE (2005) is an installation that explores the relationship between man and nature. It is composed of two oval-shaped structures made of iron and steel, which are connected by a rope. The sculpture is intended to represent the human body as an extension of nature, with the two oval shapes representing the hands. The rope connecting the two structures is meant to show the connection between the two, and how they are connected to each other. The artwork is a powerful reminder of the importance of the relationship between man and nature.