|Zhang Yaxi - Contemporary Chinese
Monumental Snow Sculpture - Harbin, China
|Snow sculpture is
ephemeral, lasting only one season, and it is created in harsh weather
conditions, yet it is a very enjoyable form of sculpture, besides being a
challenge experience in that one is only given a few days in which to carve the
piece from a block of solid snow.
Created during the Harbin Snow Sculpture Symposium 2001 in Harbin, in the Northeast of China by a team comprised of Chinese sculptor Zhang Yaxi, French sculptor Laury Dizengremel with the help of their friend Bai Yuliang, this monumental "Pregnant" (Fertility) snow sculpture was awarded third prize.
Title: "Pregnant" (Fertility)
Size: 4.50 metres
Location: Harbin, China
Team: Zhang Yaxi, Laury Dizengremel, Bai Yuliang
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