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Amsterdam, Holland - its sculpture seen from the satellite

A satellite image of a bronxe, site specific sculpture in Amsterdam Noord-Holland.
Brenda - 1978-1982 bronze and concrete - 3000x3000x1900cm - Police Station Waddenweg - Amsterdam NL

a satellite view of a sculpture installed in Amsterdam (North)

In the center of the image the three meter diameter bronze sculpture is installed on a concrete wave, which stabilizes it. This site specific work marks the presence of the police station Waddenweg - originally the bushes between the sculpture and the police station were not planned, relating the sculpture more to the public space.

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Amsterdam Holland and the sculpture of Lucien den Arend

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