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Balloon Dog (Blue) (1994-2000) by Jeff Koons - Pako Campo

Blue Balloon Dog

Balloon Dog Blue an impressive work of Koons in a series of sculptures that recall the rituals, icons and images around birthdays, and other holidays
Colectiva 2019 photo album - Pako Campo

Colectiva 2019

Colectiva 2019 photo album, with some pics from the opening party in Cultural Center "Las Monjas" on Cenicero, La Rioja, Spain.
Love (Sixth Avenue of New York) by Robert Indiana _ Pako Campo

Love by Robert Indiana

Love by Robert Indiana (New Castle, Indiana, Sep 13, 1928-Vinalhaven, Maine; May 19, 20181), is an sculpture located at the Sixth Avenue of Manhattan, NY.
Three Spanish Venuses (1997) by Jim Dine - Pako Campo

Three Spanish Venuses

Three Spanish Venuses (1997) by Jim Dine. The decapitated Venus de Milo has become the hallmark of Dine's work. It appeared for the first time in 1982...
Art (1972) by Robert Indiana - Pako Campo

Art by Robert Indiana

The sculpture Art by Robert Indiana combines several of his signature stylistic elements, blending language and image together.
Michael Jackson and Bubbles (1988) by Jeff Koons - Pako Campo

Michael Jackson and Bubbles

Michael Jackson and Bubbles (1988) by Jeff Koons. This piece belongs to the Banality series and adopts a pyramidal composition like Michelangelo's Pieta.
Maria Rubinke - Pako Campo

Maria Rubinke

Maria Rubinke is a Danish artist who gives her porcelain figures a terrifying aspect. Her visions seem authentically drawn from a nightmare.
Maman (1999) by Louise Bourgeois - Pako Campo

Maman

Maman, almost 9 meters tall, is one of the most ambitious sculptures of Louise Bourgeois and belongs to a series inspired by the spider.
For the Love of God (2007) by Damien Hirst - Pako Campo

For the Love of God

For the Love of God is a sculpture by artist Damien Hirst, produced in 2007. It is a platinum cast of a human skull encrusted with 8,601 flawless diamonds.
Free Stamp (1991) by Claes Oldenburg & Coosje van Bruggen - Pako Campo

Free Stamp

Free Stamp (1991) by Claes Oldenburg & Coosje van Bruggen, a large sculpture made of steel and aluminum placed in Willard Park, where it is displayed lying.

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