Artist Paul McCarthy Showcases Giant Inflatables in Art Pieces

Artist Paul McCarthy Showcases Giant Inflatables in Art Pieces
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paul mccarthy art

London, May 19, 2003

Artist Paul McCarthy Designs Giant Inflatable Blockhead and Giant Inflatable Daddies Bighead at Tate Modern in London. The Tate Modern Features the Largest-ever Giant Inflatable Outdoor Sculptures.

paul mccarthy art

Munich, June 28, 2005

Within the framework of the Federal Garden Show, American artist Paul McCarthy, installed a giant inflatable bouquet of flowers on the roof of the Haus der Kunst, thus turning it into a flower pot with sprouting German geraniums. This giant inflatable bouquet of red and orange flowers adorning the top of the Haus der Kunst’s facade looked like they’d been stolen from a Pasadena Rose Bowl float, thus neatly defusing the architectural fascism of the building.

paul mccarthy art

Munich, June 28, 2005

Within the framework of the Federal Garden Show, American artist Paul McCarthy, installed a giant inflatable bouquet of flowers on the roof of the Haus der Kunst, thus turning it into a flower pot with sprouting German geraniums. This giant inflatable bouquet of red and orange flowers adorning the top of the Haus der Kunst’s facade looked like they’d been stolen from a Pasadena Rose Bowl float, thus neatly defusing the architectural fascism of the building.

paul mccarthy art

Paris, France October 16, 2014

Artist Paul McCarthy’s Christmas Tree Conundrum: 80′ tall sculpture, called Christmas Tree, outside the Place Vendôme. McCarthy, who is no stranger to controversy, designed the piece specifically for the “Fiac” festival. Shield your eyes, art aficionados. A giant inflatable sculpture was erected in Place Vendôme in Paris, France, and ever since, it has been making waves for locals and tourists alike. The reason may be fairly obvious: The sculpture, called “Tree,” looks suspiciously like giant butt plug. Paul McCarthy’s piece of art, which measures roughly 80 feet tall, was installed as part of a contemporary art fair. Despite McCarthy’s insistence that his work is simply meant to resemble a Christmas tree, people can’t keep their minds out of the gutter.

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