22 Public Works of Art You Have to Visit in Your Lifetime
Reach for that bucket list, because we've got a few things to add to it. From Antony Gormley to Claes Oldenburg, when it comes to public works of art, they're responsible for the crème de la crème, and you can visit them! Read on for the 22 global art spots you just can't miss . . . then keep fulfilling your wanderlust with the islands you need to see before you die.
Shuttlecocks, Claes Oldenburg
Where? Outside The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO.
Cloud Gate, Anish Kapoor
Where? AT&T Plaza at Millennium Park, Chicago.
Yellow Pumpkin, Yayoi Kusama
Where? Benesse Art Site, Naoshima, Japan.
The Berlin Wall
Puppy, Jeff Koons
Where? The Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao, Spain.
Colonnes de Buren, Daniel Buren
Where? Palais Royal, Paris.
Crack Is Wack, Keith Haring
Where? Crack Is Wack Playground, Harlem, NY.
Binoculars Building, Claes Oldenburg, Coosje van Bruggen, and Frank Gehry
Where? Venice, Los Angeles.
The Headington Shark, John Buckley
Where? Headington, Oxford.
Prada Marfa, Elmgreen and Dragset
Where? Valentine, TX.
Another Place, Antony Gormley
Where? Crosby Beach, Liverpool.
Funky Bones, Atelier Van Lieshout
Where? Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indiana.
Statue of Kafka, David Cerný
Where? Quadrio Shopping Centre, Prague, Czech Republic.
Traffic Light Tree, Pierre Vivant
Where? Billingsgate Market, London.
Carhenge, Jim Reinders
Where? Alliance, NE.
Tiger and Turtle Magic Mountain
Where? Angerpark, Duisburg, Germany.
Le Pouce, César Baldaccini
Crown Fountain, Jaume Plensa
Where? Millennium Park, Chicago.
Angel of the North, Antony Gormley
Where? Gateshead, Tyne and Wear.
Digital Orca, Douglas Coupland
Where? Vancouver Convention Centre, British Columbia, Canada.
Big Sweep, Claes Oldenburg and Coosje Van Bruggen
Where? Denver Art Museum, Denver.