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|The Headington Shark is a sculpture situated at 2 New High Street, Headington, Oxford, England, depicting a shark embedded head-first in the roof of the house. The shark first appeared on August 9, 1986. Bill Heine, a local radio presenter who still owns the house, has said "The shark was to express someone feeling totally impotent and ripping a hole in their roof out of a sense of impotence an...||04/01/2008||3,035|
|View the sculpture in Long Island City, NY Surrounded by scrap yards, there may be a sculpture in the river, just offshore.||08/26/2005||301|
|The Odette Sculpture Park is a museum without walls, a unique park showcasing more than 31 large-scale, internationally recognized works of contemporary sculpture by world-renowned artists. It is a place of convergence and divergence, difference and similarity.|
The Odette Sculpture Park is located on the shores of the Detroit River within Ambassador and Centennial Parks, between the Amba...
|This steel sculpture was made by Allen Betoldi in 1979. In 1987 Talan Memmott realized an installation in collaboration with a colleague on Allen Bertoldi┤s sculpture "Sidewinder" at CSU Fresno: The artists lived on the sculpture "for more than a week". ||05/16/2008||392|
|Serra Sculpture Park|
Love it; hate it.
The installation of Richard Serra's sculpture "Twain" in 1982 sparked the latest controversy in the history of criticism of public art in St. Louis parks.
And, like its predecessors, it remains in place despite calls for its removal.
"The Naked Truth" caused an uproar in 1914 when it was unveiled ...
|One large sculpture tagger, look around there are more. 96 acres of outdoor sculpture.||08/25/2005||372|
| INTERNATIONAL SCULPTURE PARK|
The Chicago Athenaeum's International Sculpture Park is situated on 20 acres of meadow, forest, and natural prairie and is located one hour from downtown Chicago and five minutes from the Museum's new satellite facility in Schaumburg, Illinois.
|The fourth and final Polo Grounds, which the Giants used until they moved to San Francisco after the 1957 season, and which the Mets used until Shea Stadium was completed in 1964, was the most famous, and the one most people mean when they refer to the Polo Grounds. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polo_Grounds||01/11/2006||415|
|The sculpture was made in 1987 by the sculptor Ludger Gerdes. The materials are sandstone, wood and 2 populus nigra italica.||08/22/2007||303|
|A metal sculputure of a deer browsing on a tree branch. The sculpture stands about 50 feet tall in the middle of a farmer's field near Manorville, New York.||01/27/2007||274|
|Sculpture by Donald Judd||04/05/2008||214|
|Here are the grounds of the danish soft ball teams.||09/27/2007||283|