Another Place

cast-iron, life-size figure against blue sky with sand dunes in the background.

Antony Gormley’s Another Place. One hundred cast-iron figures along three kilometres of foreshore, extending almost one kilometre out to sea.

Crosby Beach, Sefton, Merseyside.

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boat figurehead depicting a woman, projecting from a blue wall

Boat figurehead at number 63, Queen Charlotte Street, Leith, Midlothian.

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20m high sculpture of a girl's head against a blue sky

Jaume Plensa’s ‘Dream. A 20m sculpture set in woodland on top of a spoil heap, on the site of a former colliery. Sutton Manor Woodland, St Helens, Merseyside.

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Turning the Place Over

revolving oval cut into the facade of a building</

Richard Wilson’s ‘Turning the Place Over’ was commissioned for The Liverpool Biennial (2008). The sculpture consists of a large ellipse cut from the building’s façade which rotates slowly to show glimpses of the interior.

Moorfields, Liverpool, Merseyside.

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statue of a seated female figure with outstretched arm

Detail of The Gladstone Memorial by J.P. MacGillivray. This large female bronze entitled ‘Eloquentia’ is seated on the left-hand-side of the monument.

Coates Crescent Gardens, Edinburgh, Midlothian.

Photo used as part of the cover art for History of The Trade’s début single One Arm’s Length“.

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The Cubes (Los Cubos)

people sitting below a sculpture of large metal blocks forming a crooked tower on a beach

Sculpture of metal cubes entitled The Injured Star (Escultura de cubos metálicos titulada La Estrella Herida/ L’Estel Ferit) – Rebecca Horn, 1992.

La playa de la Barceloneta, Barcelona, Cataluña.

This photo was used  for the cover art of a maths textbook published by Editora Positivo for 5th grade children in Brazil.

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