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Old October 14th, 2009, 02:02 PM   #1
Magpie262
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Chariot sculpture protruding from a skyscraper in China - what is it called?

Hi there, I borrowed a book from the library a few months ago about Contemporary Chinese art displayed in public spaces and came across a spectacular sculpture which was attached on two opposite faces of a large skyscraper. It looked as if the chariot dragged by horses had launched through the building.
Please I'm dying to find it to show someone, I would really appreciate any response or indication to the right place. I hope it's even in China, if it's not then I really must have lost my mind already.
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