In this March 21, 2017 photo, artist Michael Rakowitz poses at the National Gallery in London next to his winning design entitled “The Invisible Enemy Should Not Exist.” A 15-foot high lamassu statue, a replica of an Assyrian winged-bull destroyed by Islamic State militants in Iraq in 2014, will soar over the tourists in London’s Trafalgar Square beginning in March 2018
In this March 21, 2017 photo, artist Michael Rakowitz poses at the National Gallery in London next to his winning design entitled “The Invisible Enemy Should Not Exist.” A 15-foot high lamassu statue, a replica of an Assyrian winged-bull destroyed by Islamic State militants in Iraq in 2014, will soar over the tourists in London’s Trafalgar Square beginning in March 2018 Alastair Grant AP
In this March 21, 2017 photo, artist Michael Rakowitz poses at the National Gallery in London next to his winning design entitled “The Invisible Enemy Should Not Exist.” A 15-foot high lamassu statue, a replica of an Assyrian winged-bull destroyed by Islamic State militants in Iraq in 2014, will soar over the tourists in London’s Trafalgar Square beginning in March 2018 Alastair Grant AP

U.S. sculptor focuses London exhibit on Iraq, Syria conflicts

June 23, 2017 06:30 AM

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