Gianni AricÚ, architect, sculptor and medalist, lives and works in Venice. He has made numerous public works, including: the large bronze sculpture La Gioia, placed in 1978 Tronchetto, near Venice; the three portals for the Teatro Comunale Carlo Goldoni Venice, made of crystal and bronze (1979); Fountain Mestre (1986), in 14 life-size bronze statues; the Monument of the Piave (1988), dedicated to the fallen of the First World War, that in twenty bronze sculptures tells the story highlights of war and resistance to Austria; the Columbus Monument for the V Centenary of the Discovery of America, placed in 1992 at the Intrepid Sea, Air, Space Museum New York - Manhattan; glass sculptures and reliefs in bronze for the Royal Caribbean Cruise Line Miami-Oslo.

Gianni AricÚ Voga alla Velesana, 1999 Bronzo, cm 15 x 15 x 25

Gianni AricÚ Danzatori, 1999 Vetro oro bronzo, cm 193x80x70

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