Madrid dawns with two exactly the same sculptures in two of its busiest streets without description or information about it, whose author is still unknown
How many times have you walked down the street and come across a sculpture that you don’t know? All cities have different monuments, from ancient heroes to renowned artists. All of them pay tribute to something or someone, although sometimes we do not know exactly what or whom. But the description of it clarifies the doubt while teaching us some new information. Well, the same thing happened today in Madrid, although in a less usual way.
The people of Madrid have found not one example, but two, of this type of statues that are absolutely the same. The Plaza de Callao and the Paseo de Recoletos, in front of the Palacio de Cibeles, dawned this morning with two abstract sculptures, of which nobody knows practically anything. Passersby have passed around them, intrigued by the origin of this sculpture, the meaning of which they cannot find. Does it have to have any meaning?
The truth is that the position of the two sculptures has given us something to talk about, since their locations are on two of the busiest streets in the capital. In addition, one of the most intriguing aspects of the event is that they do not have any engraved pieces inside, so the true author is unknown.
It would not be strange if some recognized brand was behind something like that. Madrid has been used as a stage to promote campaigns in different ways, so such an action could perfectly be attributed to some advertising action. Rumors also cross out an anonymous artist for the realization of these monuments, someone who wants to make a mark to present a work in one of the most popular museums in the city.
Whoever it is, the unknown is still in the air and the locals will continue to observe these mysterious monuments in two of its busiest streets until the author wants to reveal it. Whoever is behind it does not want to solve the equation for the moment, so the doubt will remain with us until then: Who is behind these two monuments?
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