"The biggest holder of the world" (1995).
This holder has been fixed in the middle of the Lake of Geneva, as if one had drained of the hands a giant absent-minded person of the Swiss Alps in full snack. It is a work of the Swiss artists Jean-Pierre Zaugg and Georges Favre. This impactantre sculpture of steel shows herself opposite to the Museum of the Feeding of Vevey, in Switzerland.
It turned into the most famous Headington resident when it landed in the roof of the number 2 of the High New street (to see map) on August 9, 1986.
This common house (constructed like one semi-attached in about 1860 but now enclosure of a linkage to the second house for the north) suddenly turned into the center of the world attention, and the head of the shark still today excites interest.
Statue of San Wenceslao mounting a dead horse.
This work of David Cern ý is in Prague, Czech Republic, close to the Square of Wenceslao, where the original statue of Josef Václav Myslbek is with the horse correctly installed.
"Charles de La Trobe".
A contemporary representation of Charles de La Trobe, in the center of Melbourne. This temporary installation was eliminated at the end of June, 2006 and it has been acquired by Trobe University. On having invested the statue of The Trobe, Charles Robb, his author, puts in judgment cloth the purpose of public monuments and his meaning in the contemporary society.
Frankly polemic "source".
While the statues of general Franco are withdrawn in a progressive way in the whole Spain, the town hall of the Galician locality of Caldas of Reis (Pontevedra) has decided to go to cross-current turning into source the head of the previous head of the state, works of artist Fernando Sanchez Castillo, inside "Kaldarte", temporary exhibition linked to the festival of musical "Culture Quente".