Following their public display in Park Lane, London, Madison Avenue, New York, Avenue Montaigne, Paris and even the ski slopes of Courchevel, the fine sculptural works of Julien Marinetti are currently displayed at The Fullerton Heritage precinct.
The signature pieces of this exhibition are Popy (Teddy Bear), Doggy John (French Bulldog) and a giant Bâ (Panda). Specially for this exhibition, Julien Marinetti has created new works that are unique to The Fullerton Heritage precinct and architecture. The sculptures are featured along Singapore’s stunning bayfront – The Fullerton Bay Hotel, Clifford Pier, Clifford Square, Customs House, One Fullerton and Merlion Park.
Each piece is sculpted in clay by hand before being hand-cast in bronze. After it is painted in the explosive colours Marinetti is known for, each sculpture is carefully varnished and polished, giving it a beautiful porcelain-like sheen.
A classically trained artist, Julien Marinetti (born in 1967) is a painter, sculptor and engraver, who uses only traditional materials and methods.