Which of the 20 urban sculptures is more creative?

Every city has its own public art, and urban sculptures in crowded buildings, in empty lawns and street parks, give the urban landscape a buffer and balance in crowdedness. Do you know that these 20 city ​​sculptures may be useful if you collect them in the future.

The sculptures of “ Power of Nature ” in major cities around the world were designed by Italian artist Lorenzo Quinn. Quinn was inspired by the destruction of the earth’s environment after the hurricane, and made bronze, stainless steel and aluminum sculptures in the “ Power of Nature “ series . This is the “Power of Nature” in London.

French artist Bruno Catalano created Les Voyageurs (Les Voyageurs) in Marseilles, France. The sculpture hides important parts of the human body, and it feels like they have just passed through a time tunnel, and the missing part just awakens people Recall that every traveler inevitably leaves a huge room for imagination when he leaves his home. And does the missing part of the sculpture represent the neglected heart of modern people?

The statue of Kafka designed by the Czech sculptor Jaroslav Róna is based on a scene in Kafka’s first novel “America” ​​(1927). In a rally, a political candidate rides on On the shoulders of a giant. In 2003 the sculpture was completed on Dusny Street in Prague.

Most of Louise Bourgeois (1911-2010)’s works bring jealousy, anger, fear and her own painful childhood into the public eye through works. “Maman” (Spider) in front of the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain. This 30-foot-tall spider symbolizes her mother. She believes her mother is smart, patient and clean as a spider.

The Cloud Gate designed by British artist Anish Kapoor is a 110-ton oval sculpture, also commonly known as a pod, located in Chicago’s Millennium Park. Inspired by liquid mercury, the sculpture is 66 feet long and 33 feet high. It is a famous urban sculpture in Chicago.

In 2005, on the east bank of the Danube in Budapest, film director Can Togay and sculptor Gyula Pauer created “Shoes by the Danube” to commemorate the massacre of hundreds of Hungarian Jews from 1944 to 1945. Before the massacre, the Jews put their shoes on the bank of the river, but after the gunshot, the body was planted directly into the Danube.

The image of Nelson Mandela is well known. The sculpture near Howick in South Africa was created by South African artist Marco Cianfanelli.

The clothespin sculpture designed by the Swedish sculptor Klas Oldenburg is located near the Philadelphia City Hall.

“Digital Dougca” (Digital Dougca) is beautiful or weird, it is all in Vancouver overlooking the harbor and mountains of Cypress Park. This sculpture is composed of a steel armature, aluminum cladding and black and white cubes, making it a good place for tourists and locals to take photos.

The balloon flower (red) is set in the new World Trade Center in New York City.

The bronze sculpture of wild horses in Las Vegas, created by Robert Glenn, shows the appearance of nine wild horses running in the water.

The sculpture in front of the National Library in Melbourne, Australia, means the downfall of civilization and at the same time implies the shortness of reality.

“The Knotted Gun” is located next to the United Nations Headquarters in New York. This sculpture represents hope for a nonviolent world.

This metal head installation is located in Prague and is one of David Sini’s works. The difference between this sculpture is that it can rotate all the stainless steel layers 360 degrees through the Internet, and when aligned occasionally, a huge head can be created. The work is the artist’s integration of mechanical control and computer technology with art.

What kind of thinking does this twenty-foot-long sculpture in Philadelphia express the artist? Get rid of all obstacles, we must…

The sculpture is located outside the Centre Pompidou Museum of Modern Art. Designed by French artist Cesar Baldaccini, it embodies one of his favorite themes, the fantasy representation of humans, animals and insects.

Designed by the Hungarian artist Ervin Loránth Hervé, the huge lawn is lifted and huge sculptures seem to climb up from the ground. The sculpture is located outside the Budapest Art Market.

Alberta’s Dream is a sculpture by Spanish artist Jaume Plensa. The work is highly political, and many people seem to have different opinions on its true meaning. However, this is what makes Plensa’s art special, because it inspires a communication that doesn’t exist before.

The work of Singapore sculptor Chong Fah Cheong (Chinese name: Zhang Huachang). The sculpture depicts the moment a group of boys jumped into the Singapore River. This group of sculptures is located at Cavenagh Bridge, not far from the Fullerton Hotel.

“Spoon and Cherries” in the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden is a beautiful and playful design in the garden, and it is also ingeniously reflected in the two ends of the black cherry stems. The sculptor gave it a water spray function to keep the cherry always beautiful effect.

Post time: Oct-16-2020