Arnaldo POMODORO (Morciano, Italy 1926 - )

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Arnaldo Pomodoro is a contemporary Italian sculptor known for his geometric bronze works. His sculptures often contain tears or stalagmite-like objects, as taken in the process of transformation into another object. Through his style, Pomodoro creates multiple versions of Sphere within a Sphere in different scales, ranging from large, monumental exterior pieces made to order to small pocket works. Born June 23, 1926 in Morciano, Italy, he studied stage design and goldsmithery, then moved to Milan where he met avant-garde artists like Lucio Fontana. Today, Pomodoro's work can be found, among others, in the collections of the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, DC, the Young Museum in San Francisco, the Guggenheim Museum in New York and the Art Institute. from Chicago. He lives and works in Milan, Italy.

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