From this Tuesday, March 14 to Thursday, March 16, inclusive, “La Mano de Diego” will be held, an exhibition, with free admission, in which you can see various relics that belonged to and were signed by Maradona himself. These are pieces that “el Diez” gave to his close friend, the producer of television, radio and events, Mariano Israelit.
The figure of world soccer star Diego Maradona will revive this week in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Palermo, where I know They will exhibit several of his treasures that accompanied him throughout his prolific professional career.
From this Tuesday the 14th to Thursday the 16th of March will even take place “The Hand of Diego”, a sample, with free admission on a first-come, first-served basis, in which you can see various relics that belonged to and were signed by Maradona himself. These are pieces that “el Diez” gave to his close friend, the producer of television, radio and events, Mariano Israelit.
The appointment will be held at the Futbolitis art gallery, located at Thames 1876, in the City of Buenos Aires.
“They are valuable objects on a sentimental level that were given as a gift by the greatest of all time Diego Armando Maradona. In the place, I will chat about the objects, while you can taste a glass of wine”, Israelit commented.
How did the idea for this exhibition come about? “I was contacted by Ezequiel, owner of the art gallery, who had seen my posts on Instagram about the objects that Diego had given me. Thus, he proposed to me to do a memorabilia-type exhibition of my objects and I immediately said yes, on the condition that it was with free admission, since I do not want to profit from this initiative ”added the TV producer.
In addition to the coats that Maradona used during his time in Boca, Barcelona, Napoli and the Argentine National Team, there will also be other objects in the sample: “I am going to display a ball from the 1986 World Cup, and another from the 1994 World Cup, all signed by Diego. Also, I will wear the signed replica tracksuit from the Live is life video”, indicated Israelit.
But also, “I have several things: a golf cap from a trip in which I accompanied him to China, a watch that only 100 copies were made when he played in Italy, signed photos, unique pieces. Everything is for people to see and take pictures and spend a while remembering it,” he concluded.
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