Exposure

Exposure, Lelystad: Hours, Address, Exposure Reviews: 4/5

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Solodam J
Amsterdam, The Netherlands34,723 contributions
You'd better see it from a distance as it's a giant sculpture. A squatting man is looking at the water. If you want to get close to it, park the car under the viaduct, by the "Markerstrekdam" and walk about 500 m from the viaduct.
Written March 4, 2021
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Wishwas A
Almere, The Netherlands15 contributions
Couples
Creating a 26 m tall metal statue of this perfections and art value is something unique. So if you are in Netherlands and want to see something different definitely go to this place in Lelystad. ;)
Written June 5, 2018
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Bronwyn69
Lelystad, The Netherlands51 contributions
Couples
If you are someone who is inspired by creativity this is a piece of art that is worth going to see. This massive piece of a man posed in a 3D exposure is almost miraculous. It is as if he follows you in every direction you go you see Him from a different perspective/ angle. I stood for what felt like hours under this huge statue and felt very humbled by what I saw.
This is something for people to look at from close up and yes from far off as well. Personally I love to watch how this man changes in every way! How an artist could have done this blows my mind.
Brilliant. Absolutely loved it!
Written July 26, 2016
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PipingAngel
Liege, Belgium173 contributions
Solo
The scale of the sculpture did surprise me, a giant man squatting in the middle of the sea, or so it seams. This is of course not the sea but a lake since the afsluitdijk was built, still the feeling of a very quiet sea brings a great sense of peace - only disturbed by the traffic noise on the road crossing over to Enkhuizen. Good place to relax after the Batavia Stad.
Written June 29, 2016
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LG2004
The Netherlands66 contributions
A nice massive statue - Especially East Europeans appreciate the "squatting man" only the sunflower seeds and the bottle of vodka are missing - maybe the artist will add in the future :)
Written February 26, 2020
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Kevin F
Lincoln, UK3,225 contributions
Couples
We saw this unusual metal statue as we sailed past. The Americans on the ship shouted as one "Look he's having a dump". I must confess I hadn't noticed up to then but the more I looked I could see where they were coming from. When we had docked we were told by a local that the locals call it 'The Pooping Man'.
Written April 19, 2018
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Fred T
Reno, NV740 contributions
Couples
While walking around the town, we saw this 80 foot tall wire statue of a man squatting (some distance from us). While we did find a write-up about the statue, the write-up was in Dutch, so of no use to us.
Written March 24, 2018
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K1ngsGld
Lincoln, New Zealand253 contributions
From the sky line this statue follows you as you walk along the waterfront. The locals call it the pooping man and I can see why.
Written April 27, 2017
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acapulco41
hampshire17 contributions
Family
sculpture by Anthony Gormley(Angel of north sculpture)
Nice walk out to statue
Good photo opportunities
Potentially windy destination lovely warm breeze whilst we were there

Written May 31, 2016
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Thom77450
Bruges, Belgium119 contributions
Friends
I am glad we took the time to go and see it while in the area. There was nobody around what allowed us to take pictures quietly, and take on the view of the sculpture and the scenery.
Written August 10, 2015
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