Sunday 20 April 2014

St Paul's Sculptures

Visitors to St Paul's Cathedral in London will find two giant additions to the head of the nave: Gerry Judah's White Cruciform Sculptures (2014). They're part of the Cathedral's commemoration of World War I and are supposed to represent the horrors of warfare, both past and present. To me they represent the horrors of modern art installation thingies. The interior of St Paul's Cathedral is fabulous and well worth a visit. It doesn't need this type of addition. CLICK for a larger graphic.


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