The “Georgia Guidestones” attracted thousands of annual visitors and drew the ire of conservatives and conspiracists who deemed them “satanic.”
“Forever Strongest” by Bernard Klevickas is slated to tour department garages throughout the summer before being permanently installed on Spring Street.
Over 6,000 people have signed a petition to uninstall the eight-foot-tall bronze monument, a jarringly imprecise monument to the iconic leader in the Civil Rights Movement.
“Who did this?!” the City of Savannah, Georgia decried on its Facebook page, to the amusement of thousands of commenters.
For a one-night exhibition at the Lower East Side Ecology Center’s e-waste warehouse in Gowanus, artists transformed outdated and damaged devices into interactive installations and sculptures.
Next month, the doors of an Italian mob boss’s former home will open to the public, thanks in part to the Uffizi Gallery.
On March 24, 2004 in Johannesburg, South Africa, a mammoth sculpture of legendary former president and icon Nelson Mandela was unveiled. Over 15 feet tall, this sculpture was commissioned to stand in the center of Nelson Mandela square in Sandton City, an upscale shopping mall in a well-to-do part of the city.