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Iconic Rhino Statue Coming to San Antonio Zoo

San Antonio Current
10.12.2018

In order to celebrate the opening of the upcoming renovations to the rhinoceros exhibit at the San Antonio Zoo, a large sculpture will be arriving in 2019. Aptly titled “The Last Three,” the piece is meant to represent the last three Northern white rhinos. However, the last male Northern white rhino, Suda, passed away mere days after the statue’s unveiling. Only two females remain in existence. The 17-foot statue will make the San Antonio Zoo its…

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Just Before the Holidays San Antonio Zoo® Announces February Arrival of Gift to the City

PR Newswire
06.12.2018

  SAN ANTONIO, Dec. 6, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Early next year, the largest rhino sculpture in the world, The Last Three, will make its way to San Antonio Zoo.  The 17-foot tall bronze sculpture, currently installed in Brooklyn’s Metro Tech Commons In New York City, will arrive at San Antonio Zoo at the same time that the zoo will celebrate the opening of its new and improved rhino habitat in early Spring 2019 “San Antonio Zoo…

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San Antonio Zoo to receive world’s largest rhino sculpture

My SA
06.12.2018

    As the San Antonio Zoo revamps its rhinoceros habitat and prepares to add three new Southern white rhinos in 2019, zoo spokespeople have announced a third Rhino-related announcement: the largest rhino sculpture in the world will soon be permanently on display in San Antonio. The 17-foot bronze sculpture is currently at the the Brooklyn Metro Tech Commons in New York City. It will be transported to San Antonio early next year, according to…

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Faces of AWNY: Gillie Schattner

Australian Women in New York
24.10.2018

Gillie Schattner is a talented Australian artist who has a number of public art sculptures in and around New York City in partnership with her husband Marc.

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Sculpture by the Sea 2018 in pictures

Time Out
24.10.2018

Sculpture by the Sea is back for its 22nd year, drawing hordes of snap-happy crowds to Bondi, ready to Instagram the bejesus out of the coastline. This year’s iteration is made up of 107 sculptures from 21 countries.

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