Modern sculptures not very famous

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Sculptures not very famous

I have sought, in several countries, artistic beauties, little known; I found for you, :

(26) Modern sculptures

130286634_2acb602bff_bAuthor: Marc Lambrechts . Source: flickr.com

Baby’s by David Cerny – Middelkerke Bains, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium


2730527989_988c740860_zAuthor:Jean-Pierre Dalbéra. Source: flickr.com

Rhinoceros – Potsdam, Brandenburg, Germany


singapore-steet-statuesAuthor:mark yang. Source: publicdomainpictures.net

KULI DINNER, LABORSINGAPORE STREET VIEW OLD BUILDINGS


3634513226_be7fd67012_bAuthor: Alejandro Cortes. Source: flickr.com

Museum of Contemporary Art – Los Angeles, California, USA


450px-Violist_Amsterdam_StoperaAuthor: tracy ducasse. Source:commons.wikimedia.org

Sculpture The Violist by un unknown sculptor in the Stopera Amsterdam/The Netherlands


8237537380_ec2bf9930d_kAuthor: David. Source: flickr.com

Landmark Tower Sculpture – Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan


3878453085_9eea4a32c1_zAuthor: Fif’. Source: flickr.com

The Wall Pass – Rue Norvins, Paris, France


kids-peeing-into-the-river-statue-incheon-south-korea Photo via <a href= »https://www.goodfreephotos.com/ »>Good Free Photos</a>

Kids Peeing into the river statue in Incheon, South Korea


ophelia_southgate_melbourne_lumixfz200_art_publicartwork_streetart-170070.jpg!dSource: pxhere.com

Ophelia by Deborah Halpern – Melbourne, Victoria,  Australia

One of Southgate’s most well known icons has always been the mosaic sculpture Ophelia created by Melbourne artist Deborah Halpern. As part of the redevelopment, Ophelia underwent an extensive restoration and relocation to a prime position on the Southgate promenade. Multi-colored sculptural structures dot the riverside promenade close to the Crown Entertainment Complex. Unlabeled by plaque or other inscription, these quite ornamental structures are for the viewer to explain, or just simply to enjoy. [Bernard Spragg. NZ]


450px-The_Headington_Shark_-_geograph.org.uk_-_1220282Author: ceridwen. Source:commons.wikimedia.org

The Headington Shark ( 2 New High Street, Headington, à Oxford, UK)

This art installation/political symbol has pierced the roof of 2 New High Street since 1986 when then-cinema owner, now radio presenter, Bill Heine commissioned sculptor John Buckley to use his (Heine’s) house for something « to express someone feeling totally impotent and ripping a hole in their roof out of a sense of impotence and anger and desperation…. It is saying something about CND, nuclear power, Chernobyl and Nagasaki. »

As might be expected Oxford City Council took exception to the breach of planning permission but eventually, after attracting comment high and low, the shark was given authority to remain and celebrated its 21st birthday in 2007.





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