David Cerny: London Booster And The Shark

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We all have different styles and interpretation on how we expressed ourselves through arts and on how we can influenced ourselves through our own perceptions. Just like David Cerny, he expressed his vision in sculpting and this served as his main components of what is art means. David Cerny is one of the famous sculptor. His works can be seen in many locations and two of his famous works was the London Booster and the Shark.
In 2005, David Cerny created shark as a parody of British artist, Damian Hirst and as time goes by this caused major uproar. His work was exhibited at the Prague Bienate that same year. Year 2006 his work was banned in Belgium and Poland because belgium politicians were concerned that muslims would be offended so for them

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