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Norwich Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts Bucket Man
England

The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts is located in the grounds of The Universty of East Anglia in Norwich.

This sculpture, Bucket Man, an early work from 1974 by John Davies, is located on one of the mezzanine floors and dominates one of the exhibition areas.  A double take is required to confirm that this is an exhibit and not a misplaced decorator.

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Uploaded: 13/01/2011
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