Shirtless statue of Pope Benedict XVI by Jago sold in shares and placed in a public art institution by Feral Horses

We are very excited to announce our next big project with Jago, one of our dear Feral artists.

Lise Arlot
Oct 24, 2018 · 4 min read
Habemus Hominem by Jago — Sold in shares via Feral Horses soon

MORE ABOUT THE ARTIST

Jago, the Feral artist who wants to be the next Michelangelo

Jacapo Cadillo, known as Jago, is an Italian sculptor we’ve worked with from day one at Feral Horses; one of our first ‘Artist crushes’. His iconic style of marble carving has been refined over the years and we can’t help but be charmed by such a technically remarkable and unapologetic Artist — A pure product of the “made in Italy” as we know it: innovative and fundamentally topical while deeply rooted in traditions and craftsmanship.

Habemus Hominem by Jago — Sold in shares via Feral Horses soon

ABOUT THE ART

Habemus Hominem, “We have a Man”

Habemus Hominem by Jago — Sold in shares via Feral Horses soon
Habemus Hominem by Jago — Sold in shares via Feral Horses soon

So…Where is “Habemus Hominem” now?

After being purchased by a private collector, it was exhibited last year at Jago’s solo show at the Carlo Bilotti Aranciera Museum in Rome’s scenic Villa Borghese gardens. This year, the collector, who wishes to remain anonymous, has expressed his will to find a way to place the work in the public realm to Carlotta Mastroianni, his art consultant and founder of ADA advisory.

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Co-founder & Art Director @feralhorses I source and place artworks that are co-owned by hundreds of people in art institutions 🏺🖼️

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