A Resin to Love

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March 26, 2013
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  The Rag Chair is made from fabric found on the street. 1970. Rags and natural rubber 0.68’ x 0.91’ x 0.7’. Photo courtesy of Gaetano Pesce.
    The Rag Chair is made from fabric found on the street. 1970. Rags and natural rubber 0.68’ x 0.91’ x 0.7’. Photo courtesy of Gaetano Pesce.
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  Gaetano Vesce says “architecture can express anything.” Depicted here is his entry for the World Trade Center Memorial. 2013. Urethane resin, copper hinges, lacquered wood base 8’ x 3.25’ x 1.20’ 2. Photo by Sebastian Piras.
    Gaetano Vesce says “architecture can express anything.” Depicted here is his entry for the World Trade Center Memorial. 2013. Urethane resin, copper hinges, lacquered wood base 8’ x 3.25’ x 1.20’ 2. Photo by Sebastian Piras.
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  L’Abbraccio, 2009. Wood, papier-maches, and metal. H 1.5’ x W 0.9’ x D 0.4’ maquette. Photo by John Rohrer.
    L’Abbraccio, 2009. Wood, papier-maches, and metal. H 1.5’ x W 0.9’ x D 0.4’ maquette. Photo by John Rohrer.
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  A look inside L’Abbraccio. 2009. Wood, papier-mâché, and metal. Gaetano Vesce  H 1.5’ x W 0.9’ x D 0.4’ maquette. Photo by John Rohrer.
    A look inside L’Abbraccio. 2009. Wood, papier-mâché, and metal. Gaetano Vesce H 1.5’ x W 0.9’ x D 0.4’ maquette. Photo by John Rohrer.
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  Oh Italy! Lamp, 1979. 1 of 4 oil painting on paper. Image provided by Gaetano Pesce.
    Oh Italy! Lamp, 1979. 1 of 4 oil painting on paper. Image provided by Gaetano Pesce.
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  Gaetano Pesce. Photo provided by Gaetano Pesce.
    Gaetano Pesce. Photo provided by Gaetano Pesce.
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  Sketch for a modular sofa, 1986. pastel and color crayon on paper 4.91’ x 0.91’ x 0.7’. Photo courtesy of Gaetano Pesce.
    Sketch for a modular sofa, 1986. pastel and color crayon on paper 4.91’ x 0.91’ x 0.7’. Photo courtesy of Gaetano Pesce.
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  Italy on the Cross, 2010. Urethane resin, wood and stones. 4.6’ x 4.5’ x 4.5’ maquette. Photo courtesy of Gaetano Pesce.
    Italy on the Cross, 2010. Urethane resin, wood and stones. 4.6’ x 4.5’ x 4.5’ maquette. Photo courtesy of Gaetano Pesce.
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