Ugo Rondinone, ‘Turn back time, Let’s start this day again,’, 2009, Arsenal Contemporary
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Ugo Rondinone

Turn back time, Let’s start this day again,, 2009

Aluminum
190 9/10 × 15 7/10 × 15 7/10 in
485 × 40 × 40 cm
location
Montreal, Toronto, New York
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Arsenal Contemporary
Montreal, Toronto, +1 more
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Let’s Turn Back Time, Let’s Start This Day Again is an immense aluminum-cast sculpture of a …

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Let’s Turn Back Time, Let’s Start This Day Again is an immense aluminum-cast sculpture of a 2000-year-old olive tree from Naples. By casting the tree in aluminum, Rondinone bars the organic from becoming perishable and denies the inevitable passage of time, while simultaneously capturing 1000s of years of growth.

Ugo Rondinone
Swiss, b. 1964
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Ranging from installations to psychedelic paintings to large-scale drawings, Ugo Rondinone’s …

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Ranging from installations to psychedelic paintings to large-scale drawings, Ugo Rondinone’s eclectic work balances on the razor’s edge between euphoria and depression. His signature incandescent colors and Pop references, as in his rainbow-hued and neon-lit sign pieces, turn cultural clichés (“Hell, Yes!”) into …

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Ugo Rondinone, ‘Turn back time, Let’s start this day again,’, 2009, Arsenal Contemporary
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Ugo Rondinone, ‘Turn back time, Let’s start this day again,’, 2009, Arsenal Contemporary
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About the work
Arsenal Contemporary
Montreal, Toronto, +1 more
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Let’s Turn Back Time, Let’s Start This Day Again is an immense aluminum-cast sculpture of a …

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Let’s Turn Back Time, Let’s Start This Day Again is an immense aluminum-cast sculpture of a 2000-year-old olive tree from Naples. By casting the tree in aluminum, Rondinone bars the organic from becoming perishable and denies the inevitable passage of time, while simultaneously capturing 1000s of years of growth.

Ugo Rondinone
Swiss, b. 1964
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Ranging from installations to psychedelic paintings to large-scale drawings, Ugo Rondinone’s …

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Ranging from installations to psychedelic paintings to large-scale drawings, Ugo Rondinone’s eclectic work balances on the razor’s edge between euphoria and depression. His signature incandescent colors and Pop references, as in his rainbow-hued and neon-lit sign pieces, turn cultural clichés (“Hell, Yes!”) into …

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Ugo Rondinone

Turn back time, Let’s start this day again,, 2009

Aluminum
190 9/10 × 15 7/10 × 15 7/10 in
485 × 40 × 40 cm
location
Montreal, Toronto, New York
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