TIP Sculpture

TIP Sculpture :: Photograph of abstract public art - Artwork © Michel Godts

Posted in:  Public Art  

Tags:  abstract realism  |  art installation  |  sculpture  |  square format  

It may look like Tibetan prayer poles, but this is a small section of a large abstract public art installation by British sculptor Phyllida Barlow—a chaotic exhibit of wooden poles wrapped in steel mesh, cement, and colorful strips of fabric. It was designed for the 2013 Carnegie International exhibition of contemporary art in Pittsburgh. (Pittsburgh, November 2013)

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