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One of the two "Varbergs Giants" by Xavier Veilhan in Varberg.
Niloufar Saleem, Staff Reporter
Xavier Veilhan is a remarkable French artist who lives and works from Paris.
He is known to do some incredible pieces of public sculptures.
One of the two "Varbergs Giants", a giant sculpture by French artist Xavier Veilhan.
His most recent work of two giant sculptures called the "Varbergs Giants" are displayed in Varberg, south of Stockholm.
They consist of 89 large sky-blue concrete blocks, assembled into finished sculptures.
The giants together consist of 89 large sky-blue concrete blocks assembled into finished sculptures.
The largest blocks weigh six tons each.
Veilhan also won the first prize in the art competition of the city of Stockholm, announced in the year 2018.
The largest blocks weigh six tons.
The competition was part of the urban development project Fokus Skarholmen
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