100 - 499 VIEWS (3 PER DAY)

This group is the place where you can show-case those works which have attracted between *100 and 499 VIEWS*.

Modern Sculpture in a Public Place

This challenge closed over 5 years ago.

The Challenge

1. Choose an image to suit the subject. Modern sculpture is generally considered to have begun in the late 19th Century see here Sculptures created prior to the latter half of the 19th Century are not eligible for this challenge.
2. Submit your work to the group
3. WAIT for your work to be accepted to the group
4. Submit your entry to the challenge
5. Ensure your work remains in the group for the duration of the challenge

Judging / Voting Criteria

Vote for the image that fits the title and guidelines and taking note of the added information in the introduction above.
Keep in mind that the technical quality of the image should be an important factor in helping you make your decision.

Rewards & Prizes

Banners for the Challenge Winner and the Top Ten places, on the condition that they remain ELIGIBLE FOR and IN the group for the duration of the challenge.

Additional Information

Thank you to Ludwig Wagner, winner of last month’s challenge playoff for suggesting this interesting topic and for allowing us to use his image Tate Modern, London as an example of the requirements of the challenge.

More examples of modern sculpture in a public place

The Sibelius Monument, Helsinki.


Annulus (detail) Langwarrin, Victoria.

IMAGES THAT ARE NOT IN THE GROUP AT THE TIME OF SUBMISSION WILL BE DELETED WITHOUT NOTICE.

Cover Image: Tate Modern, London by Ludwig Wagner

Completed

The Top Ten

Omaha Beach - Les Braves by cclaude

Omaha Beach - Les Braves by cclaude was voted the most popular entry in this challenge with 8 votes.

  • In Touch by TonyCrehan
  • Reflection on the World by Graeme  Hyde
  • the Jester by Arie Koene
  • Funny Ladies by Yannik Hay
  • Tate Modern, London by Ludwig Wagner
  • A Mother's Love by paintingsheep
  • Zephyrometer by Werner Padarin
  • Memorial, Jewish Quarter, Budapest, Hungary by Margaret  Hyde
  • Let's Mooooooove Ahead Together, With Friends by George Row

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