Thursday, March 01, 2012

Oliver Voss's "Die Badende" a/k/a Hamburg water woman statue

By Jack Brummet, Visual Arts Editor

This (13 foot high and 98 foot long) statue of a woman is, or was, installed in Hamburg, Germany. Die Badende was created by the artist Oliver Voss.  I can't determine whether it is still there, or if the installation was just a temporary exhibition.  Pretty cool, in either case.  I like this.


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