From Cattelan with L.O.V.E.

It’s called L.O.V.E. (acronym of freedom, hate, revenge, eternity) this sculpture in Piazza Affari, created in 2012 by Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan. It was supposed to be a temporary monument (two weeks) and even if lot of people think it’s an obscene sculpture it is still there, saying buongiorno to all workers every morning. Thank […]

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It’s called L.O.V.E. (acronym of freedom, hate, revenge, eternity) this sculpture in Piazza Affari, created in 2012 by Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan. It was supposed to be a temporary monument (two weeks) and even if lot of people think it’s an obscene sculpture it is still there, saying buongiorno to all workers every morning.

Thank God.

 

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