“HOLY HANDS” (2000)
Dimensions: 17 MTS ²
Location: Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS), Puebla, Mexico
Technique: Oil and tempera on linen

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As a revelation and with the ease with which a living entity breathes, a 24-year-old Ponzanelli ventured to make this mural -the first in his career-, and without a doubt, a crucial step that would completely redefine his identity as a painter and his future in the art world. In an absolute ode to the hands, his emblem par excellence, the muralist, more than in any of his previous or subsequent works, capitalizes on the diversity of emotions and meanings that they transmit, in order to endow with depth this piece that honors peace, dedication and work of all those who are part of the invaluable world of medicine.