• Pulse Contemporary Art Fair Sculpture
  • Pigeon
  • Man Perch on Pigeon Exhibition
  • Pants Down Bird Head
  • Man Squats On Giant Pigeon Art
  • Bearded Man On Pigeon Sculpture
  • Pigeon Homeless Man
  • Side View Pigeon Sculpture
  • Plaque On Sculpture I Heard They're Dirty

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Pulse Contemporary Art Fair, New York
‘I Heard They’re Dirty’

As couples go, this would be in the odd couple basket. For a contemporary art fair in the city of New York, it felt appropriate to turn the notion of man vs pigeon on its head. With a homeless man taking the opportunity to reset the social pecking order. They say it’s meant to be good luck getting hit by bird pooh. Not so sure it works the other way round.

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