Ugo Attardi’s Ulysses, a figure of warmth and energy is defined by the artist as II Modern Baroque. The body, fierce with beauty and Hellenic elegance is united to, and contrasted with, the helmet-mask, which hides and reveals weakness and complexity in the face of the warrior-hero. The dark mask, a chameleon-like piece of armor, resounds with aggressiveness and outrageous pride. Through the bronze, Attardi has tried to give life to the figure’s daringness and vitality as well as geometry of dance and the unrelenting thirst for knowledge.