Monument with Standing Beast
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Monument with Standing Beast information
French sculptor Jean Dubuffet created the piece, which some call 'Snoopy in a Blender.' The 1984 white fiberglass work looks a little like inflated puzzle pieces and has a definite Keith Haring-esque feel to it. As you can see by the large number of kids crawling around inside, it's definitely a hands-on piece of art.