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The Lighthouse

Created by one of New Zealand's most well-known contemporary artists, Michael Parekōwhai, the 8.5-metre-high sculpture takes the shape of a full-scale, classic 1950s state house. There are weatherboards, windows, shutters, a brick chimney and a burnt-red front door. But inside, instead of domestic furnishings and other signs of suburban life, there is an installation of neon lights and a highly polished stainless steel sculpture titled, The English Channel, which depicts Captain Cook perched on a stool, looking down in contemplation.

Atwork's Presentation

Size : H 8500 x W 8000 x D 6000 mm

Category : Bronze

Year : 2017

Type de support : Sculpture

Number of prints : 0



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