Imposing and highly expressive sculptural work. Carved in Vratza stone, it represents a man and a woman seated in a landscape that, incorporating them, rises, turning into a powerfully rooted tree with arched foliage under which the couple is about to walk. In 2008, "Percorso" and the other great sculpture by Giuliano Vangi, "Agorà", were displayed in world premiere at Centro Materima di Casalbeltrame (Novara), before their departure for Seoul. 
After such first preview – sole exhibition stop in Italy – the sculptures left for the capital of South Korea, where they were placed inside two exclusive sculpture parks. The transport and installation of "Percorso" in Seoul were achieved in collaboration with the firm Maggi Autotrasporti, specialized in sculpture transport, and Pietrasanta sculptor Massimo Galleni.

Useful links

  • www.materima.it/it/mostre/vangi-due-sculture-per-seoul.html
  • www.gallenimassimo.it 
Titolo Percorso
Tipologia Scultura (300×10,51×4,14 cm)
Data 2005/2007
Luogo Seul (Corea del Sud)
Committente Parco-scultura di Seul
Architetto/Artista/Designer Giuliano Vangi (scultore)
Tipo materiale Pietra di Vratza
General Contractor Giuliano Vangi (scultore)
Tipologia d’intervento Trasporto ed installazione dell’opera presso il parco-scultura di Seul
Prestatore d’opera Maggi Autotrasporti di Alessandro Maggi, Massimo Galleni

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