Reading112 Sculpture

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112 Reading

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Nils Holgersson in Karlskrona by Ralf Borselius The Wonderful Adventures of Nils Holgersson with the wild geese (Selma Lagerlöf)

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Nils Holgersson by Ralf Borselius The Wonderful Adventures of Nils Holgersson with the wild geese (Selma Lagerlöf)

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Nils Holgersson by Ralf Borselius

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Selma Lagerlöf by Jonas Högström, Nordkap, Landskrona. Sweden

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William Shakespeare in Central Park, New York

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William Shakespeare in Central Park, New York

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Crookesmoor, Sheffield, England Upperthorpe Library Centrale bibliotheek Zwolle Nederland

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Crookesmoor, Sheffield, England Upperthorpe Library

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Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse, Providence, Rhode Island

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Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse, Providence, Rhode Island

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Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse (French, 1824-1887) Bronze and Ivory statue of woman reading a book

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Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse (French, 1824-1887) Bronze and Ivory statue of woman reading a book

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Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse (French, 1824-1887) bronze chryséléphantine statue of woman reading a book

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Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse (French, 1824-1887) bronze chryséléphantine statue of woman reading a book

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Angel of Frankfurt by Rosemarie Trockel, 1994 Memorial to the persecution of homosexuals

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Angel of Frankfurt by Rosemarie Trockel, 1994

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Frankfurt Book Burning Memorial in Römerberg Square

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Frankfurt Book Burning Memorial in Römerberg Square On 10 May 1933, a large book burning took place on this square. Student burned books which showed a different opinion than the one from the Nazis

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La liseuse (The Reader), by Cyril de la Patellière in Gap, France

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La liseuse (The Reader), by Cyril de la Patellière in Gap, France

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La liseuse (The Reader), by Cyril de la Patellière in Gap, France

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La liseuse (The Reader), by Cyril de la Patellière in Gap, France

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World’s first ’Statue of Freedom of Press’ in Nagpur, India artist Kiran Adate

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Jean Michel Folon (Belgian, 1934 - 2005) Je me souviens (I remember) Il giardino delle rose, Florence Firenze Luca della Robbia Disputation' (aka 'Plato & Aristotle'), 14th century Opera del Duomo

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Jean Michel Folon (Belgian, 1934 - 2005) , Je me souviens (I remember) Il giardino delle rose, Florence

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Juneteenth Memorial monument George Washington Carver Museum Austin Texas

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The entire scene of the Juneteenth memorial statues at the George Washington Carver Museum in East Austin

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Leipzig  German Books and Manuscripts Museum of the German National Library

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Madrid. Memorial for the victims of March 11 2004 Fam Studio, 2007

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Memorial for the victims of March 11 2004 and one of the entrances of the Atocha railway station in Madrid (Spain). Part of the extension projected by architect Rafael Moneo (born 1937) built between 1985 and 1992

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One of the entrances of the Atocha railway station in Madrid (Spain) and the Memorial for the victims of March 11 2004

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Memorial for the victims of March 11 2004 in Madrid (Spain)

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The cylindrical glass memorial looks like a big lamp, about 11 metres tall, 8 metres in diameter and weighing 160 tons. The outside of the memorial is made of 12 thousand blocks of glass

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The "representation space": a dark room with blue walls barely lit up by the rays of light that come in through a small slit in the ceiling

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Messages of solidarity written by citizens in memory of the victims and for their families are projected on the walls inside the memorial at different times of day, depending on the light conditions

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The transparency of the glass allows visitors to see people moving about in Atocha station. This empty, soundless space is the most intimate, meditative, evocative heart of the memorial

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What makes this project so unusual is its capability of acting as a memorial not only with its iconic cylindrical architecture, but with the atmosphere it manages to create, speaking the language of transparency, silence, meditation and intimacy

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Exactly three years after the terrorist attack that caused 191 tragic deaths at Atocha station, Madrid has inaugurated a memorial designed by Studio FAM (Fascinante Aroma a Manzana; the name means Fascinating Smell of Apple)

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Tribute to the commercial agent, or Viajante 1998 Estación Puerta de Atocha, Madrid

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Tribute to the commercial agent, or Viajante 1998 Estación Puerta de Atocha, Madrid by Francisco López Hernández  (Spanish, 1932-) 

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Sarah Winnemucca (Nevada) - by Benjamin Victor, in the Capitol Visitor Center Statue of Huldrych Zwingli on the corner of the Zwinglikirche, Berlin, Germany, sculpted by Martin Goetze

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Sculptural group Printers Anatoli Galian (1947-2008)

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Statue of literary critic Northrop Frye by artists Darren Byers and Fred Harrison

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Statue of literary critic Northrop Frye holding book at Victoria College, University of Toronto

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Statue of literary critic Northrop Frye by artists Darren Byers and Fred Harrison (detail)

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Statue of literary critic Northrop Frye holding book at Victoria College, University of Toronto

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Sound : ABBA  I Have a Dream; Knowing Me, Knowing You Text and pictures: Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Presentation: Sanda Foi ş oreanu https://plus.google.com/+SandaMichaela 2016

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