Instead of staring at a canvas or drawing from a more or less fixed position, sculptures are meant to be experienced in the round, compelling you to change your point of view as you interact with them.
Have you ever noticed that tourists try to get a picture near every boring sculpture or statue they can find? They don’t even care who made it, or why it is there in the first place.
This eight-meter-tall stoplight “tree” changes its 75 sets of lights in a random order, no doubt much to the confusion of unprepared drivers.
Apparently, this sculpture replaced a tree that died due to exposure to pollution. We must say, Pierre Vivant’s sculpture serves as a great reminder.
It was planted in Canary Wharf originally in 1998.
Chen Wenling’s famous sculpture depicts Wall Street as a bull in this sculpture. The man being attacked is Bernard Madoff, a famous conman who is said to have conducted the biggest financial fraud in the U.S. Bernard Madoff was sentenced to 150 years in prison because of Ponzi schemer.
This is the work named “What You See Might Not Be Real” and displayed in the latest art exhibition in a Beijing art gallery.
French artist Bruno Catalano has created an extraordinary series of eye-catching bronze sculptures called “Les Voyageurs” in Marseilles that depict realistic human workers with large parts of…