• Dimensions : 42 cm
  • Year : 1963 - 2009
  • Material : Fer peint en noir
  • Editions : Edition of 8 + 4 AP
  • Signature : Signed Hiquily

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Set of 3 elements of weather vanes
Project model of the 12-meter Monumental Sculpture purchased by the city of Shanghai for the 2010 World Expo.

The question of movement has always been an integral part of Philippe HIQUILY’s work. At the end of the 1950s, he produced the mobiles and fountains. In 1963 he created a trio of monumental weathervanes 12M installed on Elviria beach (Marbella, Spain) that he reinterpreted 30 years later to carry out a monumental project for the 2010 World Expo at Shanghai.


1963  Girouette Monumentale H.12M, Acier et roulements à billes, Marbella, Espagne, Coll. Privée. (Aujourd'hui disparue)
2010 Girouettes H.12m, Jing-An park, Shanghai, China (2010 World Expo)
2012  « Girouettes H. 3M50, Places Saint-Sulpice, Paris, France
2013  Girouettes H.3M50 pour Al Maaden park, Morocco
2015  Girouettes H.3M50, Place des Arts à Tomblaine (Lorraine), France.

This work is listed in the Catalogue Raisonné of the artist (page 414) under the reference number:  640 - 63-09.Scu. GMS.Ed.f.42


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