L.O.V.E. (Acronym in Italian for "freedom, hate, revenge, eternity"), also known as The Finger, is a 4.6 metres high sculpture (11 including the basement) in Carrara marble, by the famous contemporary artist Maurizio Cattelan.
The work was placed at the centre of Piazza Affari, in front of the Milano Stock Exchange headquarters.
The sculpture has become famous for its irony and for its contrast with the place where it is located. The work in fact depicts a hand intent on a Roman salute, but with all fingers severed, or depending on interpretation, consumed, except the middle finger.