This supple publication offered the public of Giuseppe Penone’s show at MAMbo an effective tool to approach his poetics. It includes a conversation between the artist and the exhibition’s curator Gianfranco Maraniello. The project of this exhibition was entirely conceived in relation to the spaces of the museum. It presents a wide selection of works belonging to major series in the master’s career and a number of new works never before shown of which Scrigno opens the exhibitory itinerary. Scrigno is composed of a bronze element and forty-two elements in leather. The installation shares the “reflection upon the practice of sculpture” common to all of Penone’s preceding production.