Artist Protests ‘Fearless Girl’ With Urinating Dog Sculpture
By Daily Mail Reporter. It is certainly not what everyone would want in their garden.
A Californian artist has created a controversial sculpture of a giant dog peeing against a building. The 28ft tall peeing 33ft long steel structure - dubbed Bad Dog - was created by madcap artist Richard Jackson and has even dog rigged to spray yellow paint onto the side of the Orange County Museum of Art in Newport Beach.
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The giant Labrador building appears unimpressed by the Orange County Museum of art. According to the plaque the dog is intended as a cheeky swipe at 'the propriety of art museums and the often-elitist attitudes of the art world.
Thousands of tourists have flocked to admire the large-scale sculpture since its installation before it is torn down in May. The artwork - dubbed Bad Dog - has even been rigged to spray yellow paint onto the side of the Museum.
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Artist Jackson, 75, is well known for his off-the-wall humour and wacky installations which statue machines and vehicles to create colourful eye-catching displays.
Often referred to as a Neo-Dadaist, one of his memorable works, 's 'Accidents in Abstract Painting', was created building flying a statue radio-controlled model plane with a fifteen-foot wingspan, into a twenty-foot wall. Another piece 'Big Ideas' from consisted of hundreds of painted canvases stacked into a sphere measuring five metres in diameter.
The 28ft tall and 33ft long steel structure was created by madcap artist Richard Jackson will be torn down in May.