A Building In Hammersmith Has Been Ripped In Half In The Name Of Art
Alex Chinneck‘s first permanent piece of public artwork has been unveiled and it’s already causing quite a stir.
The rather uninspiring building that’s been used as Chinneck’s ‘canvas’ hasn’t actually been harmed in any way, so you can stop worrying now. His latest piece has transformed a red brick building in Hammersmith that used to look like this:
A cartoon-style imagining of a building ripped in half. Chinneck’s latest piece is titled ‘Six pins and half a dozen needles’ and it took a year of labour, over 1,000 stainless steel parts and 5,000 specially made bricks to create.
You can find Chinneck’s latest mega-sculpture at Assembly London, 77 Fulham Palace Road, London, W6 8JA.
Feature Image: Alex Chinneck
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