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Hanging man (Prague, Czech republic)

Hanging man (Prague, Czech republic)

Us website boredpanda asked readers to vote on their 25 favourite statues from around the world. They are creative and thought-provoking, and many of the sculptures are first seen.

1.Wild horses

American las colinas

Wild horses  American las colinas

Located in Williams square in irving, Texas, mustang is the largest sculpture depicting horses in the world. Before the city was established, this land was an important habitat for wild horses.

This work is also made to commemorate the "old residents". Mustang represents drive, active and unfettered lifestyle. The landscape sculpture received the ASLA national honor award.


2. expansion

New York, USA

expansion  New York, USA

Expansion, is that possible? American female artist PageBradley wrote in explaining this work:

"From the moment we are born, the world seems to have created a space just for us: social security number, gender, race and even intelligence. I think life is defined by these things, not by what's inside.

If we go beyond these frames, can we know ourselves? Would we still exist if we were not constrained by anything?"


3.passers-by

Wroclaw, Poland

passers-by  Wroclaw, Poland

At a crossroads in Warsaw, a group of silent, anonymous passers-by passed by. The sculptures commemorate Poland's imposition of martial law on Dec. 13, 1981, when President wojciech jaruzelski banned solidarity and arrested its leaders.

Since then the guild has moved underground, and the workers have gradually taken on the appearance of a split between the ground and the ground. The sculpture expresses the sympathy of the people enslaved by communism.


4.Salmon sculpture

Portland, USA

Salmon sculpture  Portland, USA

At a crossroads in Warsaw, a group of silent, anonymous passers-by passed by. The sculptures commemorate Poland's imposition of martial law on Dec. 13, 1981, when President wojciech jaruzelski banned solidarity and arrested its leaders.

Since then the guild has moved underground, and the workers have gradually taken on the appearance of a split between the ground and the ground.


5.first generation

Singapore

first generation  Singapore

Five statues of naked boys, seemingly about to jump into a river for a swim, are a common sport for children of the first generation of immigrants to Singapore.

6. Iron shoes

Budapest, Hungary

Iron shoes  Budapest, Hungary

The iron shoes is the work of director Can Togay to commemorate the holocaust. In January 1945, 250 jews were sent to a concentration camp to be brutally murdered. The jews, persecuted by Hungary's arrow cross party, were told to take off their shoes and jump into the river before they died.

Finally, their bodies are buried in the river, and the shoes remain on the bank, which is evidence that they lived. Two artists use iron shoes to commemorate these unforgettable jewish refugees.


7.Knot of the gun

Turtle bay, New York, USA

Knot of the gun  Turtle bay, New York, USA

The bent knotted barrel of a gun, presented by the government of Luxembourg at the entrance to the UN headquarters, is a symbol of the desire for non-violence.

8. Free from mould

The Philadelphia

Free from mould  The Philadelphia

The work of Zenos Frudakis, the artist, shows the process of people struggling to break free from their thoughts. These people have no label, and anyone has the right to be free from the internal struggle and hostile environment.

9. The black ghost

Klepeda, Lithuania

The black ghost  Klepeda, Lithuania

Legend has it that in 1595, Hans vonHeidi, the guardian of the great castle of Klaipeda, saw an unusual spirit floating by the river. Some tourists warn the guards that food and timber may be in short supply for some time to come, as the black ghost briefly appears and disappears.

Unusual ghosts floated by the river

According to this legend, later artists actually built such a "ghost" at the water's edge. The green light turned on at night to make passers-by feel even more terrible. But in the daytime, the ghost's broken foot is still very unique.

10. The traveler

Marseille

The traveler  Marseille

Traveler is a series of sculptures created by the French artist BrunoCatalano, depicting a world between reality and non-reality.

The bronze figures, who carry briefcases and dress in different ways, want to emphasize, in the artist's words, not what they have but what they lack. They are called "travelers", more like a feedback to the incomplete souls and empty lives of workers in modern urban work.


11. Nelson mandela

South Africa

Nelson mandela  South Africa

The statue of former President nelson mandela, known as the father of South Africa, meets south africans on August 4, 2012. To mark the 50th anniversary of his imprisonment for resisting racial discrimination.

Instead of the usual marble and realism, the statue is made of 50 10-meter steel columns, a decent variation of which forms mandela's head and refers to prison bars, created by artist MarcoCianfanelli.


12. A rebellious teenager who played a trick on the police

Brussels, Belgium

A rebellious teenager who played a trick on the police  Brussels, Belgium

Tom Frantzen's 1985 play the rebel who played the police has become one of the must-see street scenes in Brussels.

A policeman on tour is suddenly grabbed by the ankle by a boy hiding in the sewer.


13.The Cattle

Dallas, Texas, USA

The Cattle  Dallas, Texas, USA

Cattle and Dallas, Texas, can learn a thing or two without explanation. The lifelike sculptures, in a scenic park near Dallas, show a herd of bronze bulls at the same size as a herd of cattle crossing a pond, reflecting the origins of the early Texas cowboy. It's also a must see in Dallas.

14. mother

Tate modern, London, UK

mother  Tate modern, London, UK

Louis bourgeois's famous work "mother" has been one of the famous sights of the Tate museum of art in London.

The late works of the bourgeois are all related to his traumatic experience of being "abandoned" in childhood, with his father's empathy and his mother's early death. She likens the spider to a mother, with its huge body and long, thin legs that reach into the ground.


15.Hippo statue

Taipei, Taiwan

Hippo statue  Taipei, Taiwan

In 2004, the annual meeting of the world association of zoos and aquariums was held in the park. In order to rectify the park, the director of the park held many discussions and finally created the beloved hippopotamus square.

The square features that the ground is taken as water, so that only the upper part of the hippo's body can be seen. The scene of the hippo swimming in the water and playing with each other vividly shows the living situation of animals.


16.Sunken building

Melbourne, Australia

Sunken building  Melbourne, Australia

Is it knowledge that is sinking with the state library, or is it an age of national thirst for knowledge?

17.Iguana park

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Iguana park  Amsterdam, Netherlands

The iguana park has become a famous sight in Amsterdam and people come from all over the world to see the still iguanas. The real iguana is hard to see, but the abundance of copper iguanas is a unique sight.

18.Men at work

Bratislava, Slovakia

Men at work  Bratislava, Slovakia

This interesting street sculpture can trip up people walking down the street. The painter Viktor

Hulik completed this piece in 1997. His head was stolen twice, so much so that the police had to put up a warning sign to protect his rest.


19. Mihai emineescu

Romania

Mihai emineescu  Romania

Eminescu is a national treasure poet of Romania, and this work is also very beautiful. The face changes with the scenery of this road all the year round, but the eyes of the poet are always bright and powerful. As the line from his long poem Venus says: "you live in a narrow world/at the mercy of fate/while I in my world/feel immortal and desolate."

20.The first world war scene restores the same size sculpture

Canacale, Turkey

The first world war scene restores the same size sculpture  Canacale, Turkey

The soldiers, the wounded, the trenches... Such realistic scenes, while giving war fans a feast for their eyes, also warned people to cherish peace.

21.Hanging out

Prague, Czech republic

Hanging out  Prague, Czech republic

The man hanging in the air, clutching at a straw with one hand, was the famous psychoanalyst Freud. Freud suffered from many phobias throughout his life, including the fear of his own death. At the age of 83, he was diagnosed with oral cancer. Unable to endure pain and fear, he asked his friends and doctors to give him 30 milligrams of morphine to kill himself.

This work by artist DavidCerny shows Freud's constant struggle against fear of death. Interestingly, the work has been exhibited in London, Berlin, Chicago and other places, and is often treated by passers-by or as a real suicide, which on closer inspection turns out to be a false alarm.


22. The water horse

Grangemus, England

The water horse  Grangemus, England

AndyScott, an artist from Glasgow, specialises in the design of large public art installations. The Kelpies are a set of two horse heads on the Banks of the foss-clyde canal. Inspired by the Kelpies of Celtic folklore.

Scott designed the pair of giant horse heads based on the clydesdale horses. They also have the names Duke and Baron. The Kelpies are as tall as a 10-storey building and are now one of Scotland's new landmarks.


23.Bronze pig statue on shopping street

Adelaide, Australia

Bronze pig statue on shopping street  Adelaide, Australia

The pigs, who don't mind being loved as adults sit on the mall and children cuddle them for photos, have been spotted on the high street.

During the upgrade of the mall in 2013-2014, the four cute copper pigs were temporarily removed from the mall. The manager also said that they were just taking the pigs on holiday and that they were very happy.


24.Unnamed officials

Reykjavik, Iceland

Unnamed officials  Reykjavik, Iceland

Many countries have monuments to the unknown soldier, but perhaps only Iceland has a monument to the unknown officer.

25.Untitled 1986

Oxford

Untitled 1986  Oxford

The 7.6-meter-tall statue is also known as untitled 1986. The statue was initially deemed alien by the city council and asked to be removed, but gradually came to be accepted. The work was completed in 1986 to mark the 41st anniversary of the atomic bombing of Nagasaki, Japan.

The owner had sculptor JohnBuckley design and local craftsmen complete a shark made of metal, resin and plaster that mimicked the path of an atomic bomb and "crashed" into the roof.


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