Thursday, October 11, 2007


Giroscopio, 1986-1987 (by Marco Cortesi Photo Gallery)

Giroscopio, 1986-1987 (by Marco Cortesi Photo Gallery)

Doppia porta, 1979 (Photo by Adhikara)

Disco, 1993-1994 (Photo by Adhikara)

La grande prua, 1993-1994 (Photo by Adhikara)

La freccia, 1993 (by Marco Cortesi Photo Gallery)

Torre a spirale, 1981-1994 (Photo by Adhikara)

Triade, 1979 (Photo by Adhikara)

Asse del movimento, 1983-1987, by Marco Cortesi Photo Gallery

Stelle, (Photo by Adhikara)

You can see more Arnaldo Pomodoro's sculptures on Leaves of Grass


Fénix (Bostonscapes DP) said...

Oh, goody! More gorgeous shots of Pomodoro's beauties. Lovely!

Eduardo P.L. said...

Sonia, este seu blog é muito, mas muito bonito. Som e imagens nota 10.
O Pomodoro, repito é um grande escultor, e o Varal esta devendo uma postagem.


OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

"La Freccia" makes me think of the World Trade Center...In fact since 9/11 when I look at Pomodoro's work of metal etched away....I have thought of 9/11.....I know his things don't have anything to do with that event, at all....but it is something about showing the bare interior sctructure---And in La Freccia, the coming apart of that structure that makes me think of this tragedy...There is such great beauty in his work...and it is so difficult to explain, isn'yt it? It is just "THERE" in all he does....I thank you so much for this Sonia....

Gina said...

mind blowing images, my favorite is the white structures.

Ming the Merciless said...

I like some of them. They are very interesting.

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