Hand of actress
Hand in flower. 24 k gold-plated white metal. 34 x 30 x 23 cm.
Natalia Oreiro Iglesias. Born in Montevideo, on May 19, 1977. She is an actress and Uruguayan singer, based in Argentina.
After making appearances in commercials during their preadolescence, Oreiro moved to Argentina in 1994 to continue with his career. His most notable works include operas rich and famous (1997), Muñeca brava (1998-99), Kachorra (2002), my life (2006) and only you (2013-14). By the international successes with them, began to be regarded as 'The Queen of soap operas', giving way to the so-called Oreiromania.
His most recognized works in cinema are films an Argentine in New York, music on hold, my first wedding, Gilda, I do not regret this love and the preselected Oscar clandestine children and Wakolda.
At the same time he developed a musical career as a soloist in which he recorded three Studio albums with high sales at national and international level. Takes more than 10 millions of discs sold in all the world. His biggest musical hits include topics as «that Yes, Yes», «Change pain», «I am dying of love», «Your poison», «Río de la Plata», «as I forget», "uphill, downhill, «That they say whatever they want,» and"Everyone look at me"among others.
Other occupations of Oreiro include being designer, entrepreneur, model, and host. It is the owner, along with his sister, clothing brand the Oreir
o.La Foundation Dr. Henry Rossi presents a new proposal linked to the art in order to raise awareness about the importance of self-examination in the prevention of breast cancer. On this occasion will be fourteen sculptures created especially for the #ArtistaEnMetal #Marcelo Toledo who inspired hand of women convened, as special talent of each, which represents each piece. From this, they were photographed by Argentine photographers, creating this groundbreaking exhibition whose mission is to raise awareness from the symbolic, for the prevention of breast cancer, since they are the hands of women who can, through the auto exam early detection of disease.
"The hands of these women represent the hands of all women, seeking to mobilize consciousness and forming the idea that each one is unique and unrepeatable, that can be distinguished from other women by its activity, by their personal characteristics or its texture, but that given the possibility of contracting breast cancer, all become equal.