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Amazing installation art by Mehmet Ali Uysal. Original quote says: "Located in Belgium’s Park Chaudfontaine, artist Mehmet Ali Uysal’s installation uses a mundane low-tech icon as a statement of man’s dominion over nature. Thanks to our friends at STREET ART UTOPIA for the share."
Just a Pinch. This wonderful outdoor art sculpture by Turkish artist Mehmet Ali Uysal shows a giant clothespin pinching the grass. It was built for the Festival of the Five Seasons in Chaudfontaine Park, located on the outskirts of Liege, Belgium.
Call it a public art project, installation, or sculpture art, but this clothespin in Chaudfontaine, Liege, Belgium, somehow holding onto a dirt mound underneath grass. It was made for the Festival of the Five Season
This giant clothespin sculpture by Turkish artist Mehmet Ali Uysal – Park Chaudfontaine in Belgium
Artist Will Ryman, in conjuction with the NYC Department of Parks & Recreation and Paul Kasmin Gallery, installed 38 giant sculptures of rose blossoms in Park Avenue in 2010.
Vigeland Park, Oslo-Vigeland sculpture is not allowed to leave Norway, so is not as universally viewed as are most artists, but very intriguing. Norwegians consider his work one of their national treasures.
In Hattingen, Germany. By li Hwang, Hae-Ryan Jeong and Chung-Ki Park
☆ Ghent, Belgium umbrellas - a boat full of rainbow umbrellas :-)
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La cathedrale naturelle in Belgium • Lars Van De Goor Photography Art
Arne Quinze’s The Sequence, Belgium
keun young park - tiny bits of paper!
'The Sequence' (2008), a giant wooden public art installation in the center of Brussels, by Belgian conceptual artist Arne Quinze (b 1971)