The Invisible statues of Salvatore Garau

The Italian artist Salvatore Garau has been creating "invisible statues". The 'statues' are simply squares drawn on the ground with white ribbon.

He just sold one of them for 15,000 euros. Garau says that even though you may not see the statue, it exists. "It is made of air and spirit".

Would this fit into Paul's category of artwork that Khrushchev probably wouldn't like?

More info: Garau's instagram page, courier

     Posted By: Alex - Mon May 31, 2021
     Category: Art | Statues and Monuments

After seeing his other work, I would say the invisible items are his best.

Khrushchev would probably be ok with this art as long as it was bought by dumb bourgeois capitalists.
Posted by Virtual in Carnate on 05/31/21 at 07:18 AM
The new "Emperor's New Clothes"?
Posted by KDP on 05/31/21 at 12:15 PM
Years ago, I heard of a sculptor doing this same thing except that one of his squares had a pot of flowers. "This one isn't finished," he explained. I've forgotten this sculptor's name. Was he our man here?

Posted by Phred22 on 05/31/21 at 07:54 PM
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