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The Friday in Black and White – Under umbrella!

Certainly, many of you have already seen them, in one form or another. I’m talking about living statues.The term living statue refers to a mimic artist who can stand for hours at a time as a statue, usually with a makeup that gives it the color of gold, bronze or copper.

Beyond the attempts of some amateurs, the living statue is an authentic art form, being part of the so-called street art. Performances of living statues, so beloved by the public, were an important component in a festival held in my city. Of course I didn’t miss the opportunity to take some pictures that I want to share with you and with The Friday in Black and White Challenge.

  • Have you ever seen a living statues show?

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Written by Ileana Calotescu


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  1. Ah! You have inspired me, Ileana! For the past year, there have been people who have carried out this street art to earn money by standing in the middle of the road between opposing currents, usually on a traffic jam. There are at least two points where they are usually located, of course by holding a hat or can.

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