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Picture of the day: Mauro Perucchetti and Jelly Baby Family

The sculpture The Jelly Baby Family by  Mauro Perucchetti (1)

Italian sculptor Mauro Perucchetti stands on his sculpture The Jelly Baby Family after it was erected in Marble Arch in central London. The sculpture weighing 3.2 tonnes and over 3 metres tall forms part of Westminster Councils City of Sculpture Festival which will include installations donated by some of the worlds leading galleries and artists.

The sculpture The Jelly Baby Family by  Mauro Perucchetti (2)
AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth

6 Comments
  • Anonymous
    Posted at 11:14h, 11 April

    Amazing work! I heard his wife Lorena Perucchetti who helps promote Mauro has gotten Mauro into the first ever Roma Biennale coming up in May. I am looking forward to seeing his work in Rome.<br />Jalila, Italy

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 17:29h, 11 April

    I just met this power couple in Geneva and I love Mauro&#39;s work. I wanted to thank Lorena his art dealer wife for being so helpful in explaining his work to me. She has such a lovely spirit and they are such a gorgeous couple.<br />Many thanks,Deborah, Germany

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 16:47h, 12 April

    I was in London and saw these amazing glowing Babies!!! Just great art! I met them at Art Paris last week and they are such a amazing couple. So refreshing seeing 2 people who work together and light each other up. Very nice to see Love! She told me that she is starting a new movement called &quot;No Divorce/Love prevails&quot; I took a photo with this fab couple and will post it on my FB soon.

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 15:19h, 13 April

    I heard Mauro is going to be in the first ever Roma Biennale in May. His wife surprised him with this and she worked hard to find him this amazing project. I worked with Lorena Perucchetti in Los Angeles at Chac Mool Gallery when she was the assistant Director. I see she keeps doing very well promoting her husband. I can&#39;t wait to see what they will show of his work in Rome!!! Go Mauro &amp;

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 11:11h, 15 April

    I love Mauro&#39;s work. He is the master of pigmented resin and his concepts are in keeping with what is going on in our society. Congrats to his beautiful wife for getting him into the Roma Biennale. I live in Rome and so delighted to see his work exposed there. I am a art collector and plan to acquire some of his work. Many thanks for featuring his work.<br />Aldo,Roma

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 09:24h, 16 April

    I saw Mauro&#39;a work at Art Monaco and fell in love with his work called POW. Wow!!! What a amazing work of art. The color was glowing! This man really makes great art. I would call him the Pop king of resin and the king of concept. His work reminds me of Jeff Koonz. Perfectly executed,perfect detail and the finish quality is perfection.<br />John Hienzmen,Monte Carlo