Coca-Cola Pavilion at Expo Milano 2015 is showcasing a contemporary art exhibit commemorating the 100th birthday of the Coca-Cola bottle. “Art in a Bottle. The First 100 Years of the Iconic Coca-Cola Bottle" can be seen free of charge inside the Coca-Cola pavilion. The exhibition features works by Andy Warhol, Howard Finster, Todd Ford, Debra Franses Bean, as well as two Italian artists: Luigi Bona and Daniele Basso. Basso was commissioned create "Coke It’s Me," an imposing sculpture made of 100 percent recyclable steel and recycled cans. We invited him to write the following post about his sculpture:
To work for
"Coke It's Me" is passion and happiness. A precious ice mirroring diamond surrounds Contour with eternity. Twists and turns, lights and shadows move around disclosing the many faces of reality. It's the
A presentation at Expo Milano in the extraordinary
A terrific cooperation that allowed me to better know a symbol of our time, but mainly to have the important confirmation that behind great realities there always are extraordinary men and women. Persons with whom you work with pleasure and that I heartily thank... Coke It's Me is my personal thank-you to all of them!
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