Friday, 10 May 2013

Dinosaurs in London

How do know-nothing people get their posh jobs? The BBC quotes John Scott, Chairman of the City of London Corporation's arts advisory board as saying "We're delighted to bring such fantastic sculptures to the streets and people of the City with the help of our partners from the worlds of both business and art." Fantastic? Three steel cutout dinosaurs from Jake and Dinos Chapman, The Good, The Bad and The Ugly, dating from 2007 at a guess, Antony Gormley's boring self-statues called Parallel Field, and something or other from Robert Indiana have all been chosen for this year's Sculpture in the City show, which will launch on 20 June (CLICK). I wouldn't describe this crap as art, John. You've been duped!

2 Comments:

At 12/5/13, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I used to work around there and it isn't inkeeping with the area.

 
At 12/5/13, Blogger Ian Cox said...

I'm sure it isn't. The best place for them would be in a slate quarry.

 

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