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When I saw it , I could not understand the meaning of this golden sphere. I thought it was some naive art. I took some pictures and left as we were getting late.
Only when I read about it I came to know about the...More
....but only one planet. Kind of a scavenger hunt on steroids. Guess we didn’t look long enough or hard enough. It was a shame to see the layers and layers of graffiti on this and nearly everything else.
This art instalation can be interested challenge. Start from sun in city centre, than search other planets around town. It will not easy task and it will takes time.
Nine Views (Croatian: Devet pogleda) is an ambiental installation in Zagreb, Croatia which, together with the...More
I'm so sad to see so much graffiti around here.
Before a certain time was cleansed, but it did not last long.
Few reviews under mine is list of all sculptures called "Nine views" (all nine planets).
Great to see if you are in Zagreb!
On first glance this sculpture looks quite sad, sitting there covered in gravity. However on further investigation, we became very interested in it as, it part of the "grounded" solar system sculptors that are spread allover the city, representing the sun all the way to...More
This has had some mixed reviews, but as someone who likes visiting sculptures and statues it was a must!!
We also found 5 of the planets too, although some of these took a long walk!!!
Very good idea and loved it!!!!
It's odd how most people are so quick to turn their eyes from something because society has conditioned them to do so. Freshen your perspective, people! If you live here, why don't you get with the city to find out how to clean it and...More
I bet when this sculpture was placed on the street it looked amazing. Whenever that was, it isn't worth seeking out now. It's been weather and physically beaten, covered in graffiti and stickers and is just now an ugly waste. What a shame. Public art...More