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David Cerny's art is in public spaces all over Prague.
It is controversial, amusing and sometimes offensive.
I am still not crazy about the huge crawling babies on Kampa. I don't see much humor there, and they take up space on a nice grassy spot....More
David Cerny is famous for his provocative art and sculptures exposed in and around Prague. His controversial production leaves no one indifferent. Cerny's avant-garde art is incredibly provocative with a great sense of humour and he is not afraid of pissing people off.
Dotted around the city are pieces of David Cerny's art. He has got giant crawling babies in Kampa Park and also on Zizkov TV tower. We also seen the Kafka statue, which is located just off Wencealas Square. The pieces are very good, even if...More
Only saw the men in front of Franz Kafka's museum, then the moving head and Hanging Out. Unfortunately ran out of time to look for the babies but honestly - already these three were my favourite MUST SEE things in Prague. Would love to see...More
I saw the Horse Hanging Upside in the Lucerna Palace on my original trip to Prague in 2006 not knowing any of its history. On a recent visit I saw a couple of Cerny's other sculptures and wish I had had the time to visit...More
We decided to find and visit majority of his sculptures .. Started at Wenseslas square (inside Lucerna Passage- Wenceslas riding horse upside down). Then we went towards Old town square and on the way there is Sigmund Freud hanging out from one of the buildings....More
At first, I did not like the large black babies placed on the grass in Kampa park.
They looked slightly odd and seemed out of place. I did not know then how famous and popular the artist was.
His other works are displayed all around...More