Incredibly Awesome Modern Sculptures From All Over The World

There are a lot of pieces of art in this world. Yeah, it is hard to travel to see them all, but for that we are here to make your work easier.

Here are some works of art you will definitely fall in love with.


The Poet Mihai Eminescu, Romania


Mihai Eminescu is one of the most important poets of Romania. This sculpture, dedicated to him, is especially beautiful at sunset or sunrise.

Force of Nature, Qatar


The creator of this amazing sculpture is Lorenzo Quinn, from Italy. He designed Mother Nature as a woman hurling the planet around in circles.

Mustangs of Las Colinas, USA


This sculpture portrays a group of wild mustangs galloping across a granite stream. They are at one and a half times their real size.

The Anonymous Pedestrians, Poland


These statues represent the hordes of people who disappeared in the middle of the night after the imposition of martial law in Poland on December 13, 1981.

Expansion, USA


This amazing statue is considered to be one of the highlights of modern art. The author, Page Bradley, said that his creation is a result of her speculating about people’s questioning attitude towards sculptures depicting humans.

Hippopotamus, Taiwan


Hippopotamus is a creative reminder for people to protect our wild animals.

The Shoes on the Danube Bank, Hungary


There are six pairs of vintage shoes made from iron and they became a living memorial to the Hungarian Jews. The sculpture was installed in 2005.

Salmon Sculpture, USA


This sculpture is placed through a building on Salmon St. in Portland, Oregon.

Freedom, USA


This creation illustrate a person breaking free from a grey mass of anonymous bodies. The artist who created them, Zenos Frudakis, says that this work of art is about “the struggle for achievement of freedom through the creative process”.

Maman Spider Sculpture, Japan


This huge sculpture is measuring over 9 meters high and over 10 meters wide. It was created in  1999 as a part of Louise Bourgeois’ inaugural commission for Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall.

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