Chelita Zuckermann -Medusa

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45 x 65 x 15
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The body was made with 0.5mm salmon color mirrored aluminum foil. thick.
The "snakes" hair was made with 0.7 mm colorless mirrored hammered aluminum sheets. The body and hair are assembled with stainless steel bolts and aluminum rivets. This sculpture is made to fit inside.
I chose the mirror material to allow you to be fascinated by your gaze. In Mythology, the charm of the Medusa's gaze transforms man into stone.


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Dimensions (W x H x D) cm
45 x 65 x 15
Weight (Kg)

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Chelita Zuckermann

The artist and sculptor Chelita Zuckermann was born in Mexico City and became a member of the Mexican Architects' Association and worked in Mexico City until 2006, when she moved permanently to the city of Bolzano (Italy).
His artistic need completely surpasses that of an architect (2016) and he thus begins to create splendid works by transforming aluminum plates into outdoor and indoor sculptures inspired by Nature.
His works blend into the environment and take colors from nature as a reflection.
Chelita with her art wants to bring joy and light to any place and to anyone who owns them.
The curator Paolo Levi follows her as a mentor to trace her artistic career.
His works are appreciated not only by private collectors but also by public bodies and museums for example:
one of his PAPALOTL Monarch Butterflies will become part of the collection of the Papalote Museum in Mexico City in September,
two of his Agaves since 2016 are part of the collection of the Consortium of Porto Rotondo, Sardinia and are located in Piazza Cascella and in Via Belli, four of his works are part of the collection of the Hrusca foundation and are located at the Hotel Sporting in Porto Rotondo.
Chelita has won many awards, the most recent 1st Absolute 2019 in the Arte Laguna prize, Palm Spring 1st Absolute at the Fusion Art Gallery 2018.
Her artistic career is constantly growing and we are proud to represent her.

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