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Very Controversial Sculptures

By: Happy Hotelier - Published: • References: caplakesting and happyhotelier
This weekend, the London Trafalgar Hotel served as podium for Bridge Art Fair, by Chicago-based arts programming organization Bridge, NFP which organizes annual Bridge Art Fairs in Chicago, Miami and London.

As Part of The Bridge Art Fair Capla Kesting featured Iraq War Memorial: Death of Prince Harry by Daniel Edwards, well known for controversial sculptures, which include a nude, autopsied Paris Hilton, a graphic interpretation of Britney Spears giving birth and “Fidel Castro's Deathbed Portrait”.

They even set up a website: Prince Harry memorial

There they claim the visitors comments were much more positive than the Press and the Internet they claim:

The opening for the public was great. For all the negative press that we got and brandishing on the website NO ONE MADE A NEGATIVE COMMENT. Actually it was quite the opposite of what was said about it online. People responded very positively to the work. Remarking on the various details of the piece, like the locket, the holstered gun, the roses in his helmet and pound coins on his eyes. I think we had close to 500 visitors and no one had a negative thing to say. People really enjoyed the work and made numerous postive remarks commenting on their stance regarding the war, pubic service and the royal family.


The website features a picture of the London Towncrier who reportedly was responsible for announcing Harry's birth.