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MASS MoCA - Xu Bing: Phoenix Project, artist Xu Bing scavenged construction sites for 2 years to create these magnificent creatures. If you find yourself in Northwestern Mass., near Williamstown, check them out (MASS MoCA, 87 Marshall St, North Adams, MA 01247, 413.MoCA.111)

Large Phoenix James and I saw at Mass Moca... for Mythology Project... Photo credit: Keifer Gammel

Xu Bing, Phoenix -- currently at Mass MoCA. One of the most amazing exhibitions I've seen. 12-ton birds made of construction site debris.

Artist Xu Bing spent two years collecting waste material from construction sites in Beijing and forming giant 12-ton birds. Here, "Phoenix" soars over Shanghai in 2010 before traveling to Mass MoCA.

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Installation by Ghanaian artist El Anatsui (b.1944) at the Brooklyn Museum (2013). via Garrett Ziegler on flickr

MASS MoCA (the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art), in neighboring North Adams.

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