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Urban Sculpture: A City's Personality Card

Urban Sculpture: A City's Personality Card

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Urban Sculpture: A City's Personality Card

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  • Time of issue:2017-04-11
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  Urban sculptures, sculptures standing in urban public places. In a city with many high-rise buildings and vertical and horizontal roads, it can alleviate the congestion, congestion and rigidity caused by the concentration of buildings, and sometimes it can also play a role in increasing the balance in the open field.

Urban sculptures cover a wide range of subjects. Anyone who is related to the city's geographical features, historical evolution, folklore, customs, culture and art, and outstanding figures from all walks of life can be created and established, and some even have nothing to do with it. However, those who can beautify the city and give people aesthetic value can also use it. Excellent urban sculpture can be regarded as the city icon of the city.

In the form of urban sculptures, there are round sculptures, relief sculptures, or independent places, or attached to buildings; or placed in large courtyards, or hidden on tree-lined paths. There are stone carvings, cement, bronze carvings and other metal materials on the materials. Urban sculptures are generally tall, imposing, and commemorative, but they also embellish scenes, those with smaller shapes. The former are mostly built in important public places such as squares, stations, and government offices, while the latter are mostly scattered in parks, public green spaces, and boulevards.

  Urban sculpture has a long history in the West, and it is not interrupted by the changes of times and societies and countries. From ancient Greece and Rome to the Middle Ages, the Renaissance and the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, and until the 20th century, cities in almost all countries have become an important part of urban construction and its culture. In China, although Qin Shihuang ordered the collection of weapons from all over the world, transported them to the capital Xianyang for destruction, and cast 12 large bronze figures each weighing 240,000 catties, which were arranged in front of the Epang Palace, but they did not consciously regard them as a part of the city as in the West. part. In the long years that followed, there was no urban sculpture similar to the West. It was not until the first half of the 20th century that some real urban sculptures were established in some economically and culturally developed cities, such as Shanghai, Tianjin, Chengdu, Guangzhou, and Chongqing. In the 1950s, especially after the 1980s, with the reform and opening up and the development of economy and culture, urban sculptures have sprung up in many large, medium and small cities, many of which are excellent. With the creation of urban sculptures very active, the National Urban Sculpture Planning Group and the National Urban Sculpture Art Committee were established in the early 1980s to be responsible for the planning, preparation, coordination and creation of urban sculptures across the country. new development period.

Famous urban sculptures such as "The Mermaid" in Copenhagen, "The Merlion" in Singapore, "The Mermaid" in Warsaw, "The Manneken Pis" in Brussels, "The Statue of Liberty" in New York, "The She-Wolf" in Rome, "The Five" in Guangzhou Sheep, Nanning's "Five Elephant Spring", Zhuhai's "Fisher Girl", Shenzhen's "Pioneering Cow", Qingdao's "Wind in May", Beihai's "Tide", Harbin's "Flood Control Memorial Tower", Hangzhou's "Running Clouds and Flowing Water", Zhengzhou's "Yan and Huang Erdi", Yantai's "Moonlight", Dalian's "Football", Haikou's "Golden Ao"...

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