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Colm FitzGerald

Originally from Ireland, Colm FitzGerald grew up in Southern California and now lives in Hungary. When he’s not writing he can be found climbing the local cliffs and exploring Hungary’s wine regions with his wife Anita and their dog Whoopi. Read more about his adventures in Hungary at www.paprikaproject.com.

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Budapest 2014 International Contemporary Art Fair

Gigantic man crawls out from the earth sculpture, Budapest - Photography by László Balkányi

“Popped Up” by Ervin Loránth Hervé

Gigantic man crawls out from the earth sculpture, Budapest

Artist    :      László Balkányi
Works   :      “Popped Up”
Links     :      http://on.be.net/1G2JNAA

A gigantic man crawls out from the earth in this spectacular outdoor sculpture titled Feltépve (“ripped up” or “popped up”) by Hungarian artist Ervin Loránth Hervé. Crafted from polystyrene, the larger-than-life sculpture was temporarily installed in Budapest’s Széchenyi Square for the Art Market Budapest art fair that took place earlier this October.

With an expressive, snarling face, the colossal figure looks like he is erupting from a deep, underground lair, pulling up the lawn so that he can escape into the open air. The sculpture, which is rendered in subdued shades of gray associated with the earth and nature, is completely selfie-comptabible according to the artist, as Hervé encourages viewers to circulate pictures of themselves and the installation on social media.

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Books

Fountain of Knowledge

Cincinnati Public Library

The Amelia Valerio Weinberg Memorial Fountain is located on the Vine Street Plaza in front of the Main Library. Conceived and executed by former Cincinnati sculptor Michael Frasca, this ornamental fountain was made possible by a bequest from Mrs. Weinberg and was dedicated in 1990. Affectionately known as the “book fountain,” the sculpture features water cascading over a stack of ceramic tile books, representing the free flow of information and ideas through the printed word. The fountain is a popular spot for school groups and tourists.

Book Fountain

 

NEW Public Library of Cincinnati

 

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OLD Demolished Public Library of Cincinnati

Demolished Library

 

Vintage Library

 

http://www.buzzfeed.com/briangalindo/15-gorgeous-photos-of-the-old-cincinnati-library

http://www.messynessychic.com/2014/06/17/seriously-though-how-did-the-most-beautiful-library-in-america-get-demolished/

http://www.cincinnatilibrary.org/main/exhibits.asp

 

The “open book” fountain at the end of Henszlemann Imre utca, in Budapest, Hungary.