Pieces of life. Florentine bronze 26 x 47 x 35 cm.
Paula Cahen D'anvers. Argentina designer and owner of his eponymous brand.
Born of noble roots where its emblem is the Crown, unmistakable sign of sophistication and legacy of his aristocratic origins.
Since its inception Paula Cahen D'anvers was able to position itself as a leading brand in the market of female clothing, unfolding its genuine, free and sophisticated style and imposing elegance in his collections of woman and children. The rebellious spirit of his deeper essence sheltered under the Crown logo, consents to the balance between the classic and the revolutionary without losing focus woman Paula, but yes, allowing him to be encouraged more.
The 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.