Surreal art

Category: 2-World

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A visitor passes behind Austrian artist Deborah Sengl's sculpture 'Puma-Dentist' made from plastic, wax and the actual heads of a puma and deer, during an exhibition at the art gallery Deschler in Berlin.

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Pink bicycles placed just above the water in Schalkwijk,  Netherlands, celebrate the arrival of the annual Giro d'Italia bike race.

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The sculpture 'Awilda' is seen at the shore of the Botafogo beach in Rio de Janeiro. The nearly 40-foot sculpture, created by Spanish artist Jaume Plensa, is part of the art project 'OIR' (Other Ideas for Rio).

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A work by Spanish artist Pamen Pereira is displayed during the exhibition 'This is a Love Story' at a culture center in Burgos, Spain.

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A Chinese visitor views the massive sculptural installation 'Asian Field,' which fills a factory warehouse in Shanghai. Antony Gormley's piece consists of 192,000 clay figures, made under his guidance by over 300 people in China's Guangdong province using 100 tons of clay.

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The life-size silicone and fiberglass artwork 'The Embrace' by Patricia Piccinini is displayed in Basel, Switzerland.

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A visitor views an installation at the Danish and the Nordic pavilion during a preview of the 53rd Biennale International Art Exhibition in Venice, Italy.

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Sculptures of cockroaches with human faces appear to climb up the facade of the Museo de Bellas Artes during an exhibition in Havana, Cuba. Cuban artist Roberto Fabelo's piece 'Survival' is part of the 10th Havana Biennial, which brings together more than 200 artists from around 40 countries.

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Australian artist Nike Savvas makes final adjustments to her artwork, which consists of more than 50,000 polystyrene balls. The piece, displayed at the New South Wales Art Gallery and titled 'Atomix - Full of Love, Full of Wonder,' vibrates with wind from 10 fans.

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New York-based artist Miru Kim lies in a glass enclosure with two pigs as part of the art installation 'I Like Pigs and Pigs Like Me (104 hours)' in Miami. The live presentation was part of the Art Basel contemporary art fair.