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Daniele Fortuna x Panerai – Art Night

Daniele Fortuna x Panerai - Art Night


19:00 - 23:59


Deodato Arte Gallery (Via Garibaldi 22, Pietrasanta)
Via Garibaldi 22, Pietrasanta, Toscana

Tipologia evento

Deodato Arte Gallery is pleased to announce the Daniele Fortuna x Panerai event at the Deodato Arte Gallery in Pietrasanta. From 7 p.m. on Thursday, July 25, it will be possible to attend a live performance by artist Daniele Fortuna.

Don’t miss your chance to attend the evening event!

Register here!


During the art night it will be possible to admire together with Daniele Fortuna‘s sculptures some iconic models of the Tuscan brand Panerai.


Fortuna’s sculptures have as their starting point classical subjects, Greco-Roman busts that are recreated in wood, with a technique that juxtaposes several staggered levels, almost recalling a digital reproduction.

In addition, a wide range of pop and contemporary iconography invades the works, drawing from the works of big names, such as Maurizio Cattelan and Takashi Murakami, to the logos of famous fashion designers; from world-famous brands to characters from cartoons, comics and films; from famous people, such as Albert Einstein, to references to the world of music, in particular that of Queen.

Combining bright and pop colours with classical shapes, he creates a bridge between past and present, bringing classic subjects back to their original form. Originally, in fact, the very statues of classicism were coloured but, for centuries, were mistakenly believed to be white due to the deterioration of the original pigments. In a way, Daniele Fortuna implements a return to the past through contemporaneity.

“If you look at the whole history of art, there has always been a remaking of something that already existed before; and so, instead of looking for absolute originality, in my opinion we need to focus on what we have (also because anyway the cultural background we have is fantastic and it is to be paid homage to) and make it more contemporary by updating it.”