The statue Bost

Böst är en skulptur från 1996 och gjort av Fred Åberg från Malmö och med dottern som en av modellerna till det. Den fångar alltid besökares intresse med damerna under sina stora paraplyer mitt på gågatan i centrum och den lär vara stadens mest fotograferade konstverk. Fem år tog det att färdigställa den och ordet böst är skånska för dåligt vilket här alltså syftar på dåligt väder. Bost is a sculpture from 1996, made ​​by Fred Atkins from Malmö and the daughter of one of the models for it. It always catches visitors' interest with the ladies during their big umbrellas in the middle of the pedestrian zone in the center and it is said to be the city's most photographed artworks. Five years it took to complete it and the word Bost is Skåne too bad that here thus refers to bad weather

Copyright: Jan Andersson
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 7428x3714
Taken: 07/09/2013
Uploaded: 07/09/2013
Updated: 07/07/2014


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