He Attached This Sculpture To A Tree In 1968... Today It's Become Something Incredible

Italian artist Giuseppe Penone attached his bronze sculpture to a tree at the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas, United States, in 1968. Today, it has become a spectacular work.

Giuseppe Penone is a major Italian artist on the international scene.For this work called 'It will continue its growth, except at this point', the artist used his forearm and hand hanging on the tree to cast the sculpture.

Over the years, the tree has thickened around the metal. Now, it looks like this hand is stretching the bark with its fingers... A work that represents the balance of power between man and nature.

'I feel the forest breathing and I hear the slow and inexorable growth of the wood,' wrote Penone in 1968. 'I share my breath with that of the green world around me, I feel the tree flowing around the hand that I placed on the trunk.'

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