Friday, January 12, 2007

Donna Addressing The Public…



Big thanks to Donna for sending in tonight’s pictures, taken at the Kimball Art Museum in Fort Worth, Texas. The monument is at located at the east entrance of the museum and is entitled "Woman Addressing the Public: Project for a Monument", and was designed by one of my favoured artists, the Spaniard Joan Miro. In keeping with the surreal nature of Miro’s work, I particularly enjoyed the photo of Donna below, which is quite possibly the first instance of Standing Between The Legs Of Your Statue that I have featured on the site…



In what is a rather tenuous link to Lenin statue gallery posted at the start of week, today I found this rather fascinating gallery of soviet roadside bus stops, which I thought I’d share with you. Stand By Your Soviet Bus Stop? I think we could be onto a winner there, although it may take a while for a bus to arrive.

2 comments:

Call Me Grandma said...

Hey Donna...that statue sure is a big one!

Call Me Grandma said...

After taking a second look...trying fiure it out. Is that suppose to represent longhorn cattle?