Photographer's Note

Liverpool Mountain

The colorful statue in today's pictures is called “Liverpool Mountain”.
It is a work of art by the Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone.
Ugo was inspired for this work by naturally occurring Hoodoos (spiers or pyramids of rock) and the art of meditative rock balancing.
The 10-meter high sculpture stands within Mermaid Courtyard, outside Tate Liverpool on the Royal Albert Dock Liverpool.
It consists of coloured rocks, stacked vertically which seem to defy gravity.
It was installed in 2018 on behalf of by the Liverpool Biennial and Tate Liverpool as part of the Liverpool 2018 events program with support from Royal Albert Dock Liverpool.
This outdoor sculpture marks the 10th anniversary of Liverpool European Capital of Culture, the 20th anniversary of Liverpool Biennial and the 30th anniversary of Tate Liverpool.

Information about the art object stated that it is Rondinone's first public artwork in the UK.
However, for me it was the third time that I was confronted with his fascinating work.
The art lovers among us can view the artist's versatility with the following two links.

■ Picture 1: ◄ Don’t look at the Liverpool Mountain ►
■ Picture 2: ◄ Creation of another Statue ►
■ Picture 3: ◄ Lost in the surrounding ►

The best way to view pictures is to use the links above

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