Tampon Chandelier

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    The Guerilla Girls hung a chandelier made of tampons in the Arsenale during the 2005 Venice Beinalle. It's work by Joana Vasconcelos.

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    1. basykes 116 months ago | reply

      I have to admit that's one of the most bizarre things I've ever seen!

    2. afred 92 months ago | reply

      very bizarre...

    3. yish 92 months ago | reply

      pure genius!

    4. th3dogmomma 92 months ago | reply

      There are no words for the genius and beauty of that piece.

    5. Davezilla was taken 92 months ago | reply

      Now that's thinking outside the box ('scuse the awful pun).

    6. david_got 92 months ago | reply

      Maybe we should start a tampon chandelier group?

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    7. SteveBeck 92 months ago | reply

      How strange

    8. ms_bwilliams 92 months ago | reply

      hope it doesn't get wet!

    9. fuzzy_izmit 90 months ago | reply

      That sure is neat!

    10. MissLyss13 [deleted] 79 months ago | reply

      Weird but awesome!

    11. sigsy 78 months ago | reply

      If the sprinklers go off it will get really really big.

    12. shelbella 77 months ago | reply

      shit that's awesome

    13. mrkintu [deleted] 77 months ago | reply

      I'm not surprised Europe is in a recession with this kind of excess.

    14. _____________ 71 months ago | reply

      it is not a guerrilla girls piece, it is made by johanna vasconcelos, a portuguese artist

    15. Bernie Goldbach 71 months ago | reply

      When I walked the venue, the media guide said the guerilla girls brought the piece to Venice.

    16. hundearry 33 months ago | reply

      Then you've been misinformed. The work is called "The Bride"/"A Noiva" (2001) by portuguese artist Joana Vasconcelos and is currently being exhibited at Versailles. Please be kind as to change your description and give proper credit to the rightful artist, since many art and design websites are using your picture and its incorrect description. Here you go: joanavasconcelos.com/det_en.aspx?f=184&o=616

    17. Bernie Goldbach 33 months ago | reply

      I was there to see this hanging. I'm confused as to how this isn't a Guerilla Girls installation.

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