International Prize Leonardo da Vinci 2024 – SPECIAL EDITION GOLD

TOGETHERNESS - hand-cut and oiled sculptures from the MAXIMINIMALISMUS series
(c) Bruno Wilbert

In order to support nature and social projects, the artist Bruno Wilbert, who has been living in Madeira for 5 years, is making a large number of his objects available free of charge for the realisation of international campaigns in favour of selected nature and social projects.

As part of his MAXIMINIMALISMUS series, Bruno Wilbert created the compact sculptures entitled TOGETHERNESS a few months ago – the hand-sanded and oiled sculptures with embossed monograms are made of high-quality eucalyptus wood and symbolise the strength, opportunities and ever-increasing importance of togetherness.

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International Prize Leonardo da Vinci 2024
© Bruno Wilbert

It was a special honour and pleasure for Bruno Wilbert that his sculpture TOGETHERNESS was presented in the official catalogue of the International Prize Leonardo da Vinci 2024 event and that he was awarded the International Prize Leonardo da Vinci 2024 – SPECIAL EDITION GOLD. This prize is one of the most prestigious art prizes awarded in the heart of Milan to international artists selected by the famous Italian art curator and critic Dr. Salvatore Russo and the art expert Dr. Francesco Saverio Russo as some of the best international contemporary artists.

Also the TOGETHERNESS sculptures the artist will be available free of charge in the coming years for campaigns in favour of nature and social projects.

                   … together we are stronger     >>>

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