Florence takes homage after Nice’s attacks with a Black David

Words by Carla Ingrasciotta
July 18, 2016

A copy of Michelangelo’s David in size, made ​​of Carrara marble like the original but painted black, lying in the Republic Square in the heart of Florence: this work is representing a symbol of suffering and mourning for terrorism and violence which afflict the world. Created by Massimo Barzagli and paid by the Pecci museum, the sculpture is called ‘ We ‘ and it will remain on the soil of the square until July 21 .

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