Lorenzo Quinn’s sculpture ‘Baby 3.0’ crosses the canals of Venice

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Lorenzo Quinn’s latest work of art ”Baby 3.0” crossed the canals of Venice transported on a barge on Monday (July 11).

The sculpture, made of stainless steel mesh and cast aluminum and measuring seven meters high and nine meters wide, represents a baby who is ready to be born from its mother’s womb.

”Baby 3.0” will be exhibited in Venice from July 15 to October 31 in the garden of Palazzo Corner in front of Canal Grande. On the occasion of the 57th International Art Exhibition of Venice Biennale in 2017, Quinn installed his sculpture ”Supporto” in Venice’s Canal Grande, consisting of a child’s hands supporting the ancient façade of the Palazzo Ca’ Sagredo.

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