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Pillar of Shame and The Messenger
Denmark

Jens Galschiøt

The Messenger (2000): 5 meter high cobber sculpture of a female messenger figure wearing cape, with computer controlled light boards in the background. The lead sculpture under Jubilee 2000 campaign in Denmark, attended in the world bank’s demonstrations in Prague and stood in front the main entrance to environment in Copenhagen.

Pillar of Shame is a series of sculptures by Danish artist Jens Galschiot. Each sculpture is an 8-metre tall statue of bronze, copper or concrete. The sculpture was inaugurated at the NGO Forum of the FAO summit in Rome 1996. Since three Pillars have been erected, in Hong Kong, Mexico, and Brazil. A forth one in Berlin was planned but never set up.

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Geüpload: 25/07/2012
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Tags: pillar of shame; skamstøtten; the messenger; budbringeren; jens galschiøt; randers; Østervold
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