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Catalonia, Spain - July 10, 2008: Fake "living statue" prank by Mark Jenkins in Barcelona s Plaza Catalunya, which is the largest square in Barcelona s downtown area and marks the beginning of the old town. Passerby include a local policeman and tourist. People approached the statue self-consciously expecting a person to be inside. Mark Jenkins (b. 1970 in Fairfax, Virginia ) is an American artist most widely known for the street installations he creates using box sealing tape. His work has been featured in various publications including Time, The Washington Post, Reuters, The Independent and on the street art blog Wooster Collective. He has shown indoors in galleries in the U.S., Europe, Japan and Brazil and is represented by various galleries including Lazarides Gallery in London. He maintains the Website and teaches his tape casting process in workshops in the cities he visits.


Urban scene, human statue in a city. Bizarre art performance amongst pedestrians. A still statue of a human body with a horses head is in the pavement.


Date Created: 2008-07-10
Country created in: Spain
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