Bad Dog: 28 foot tall Labrador sculpture by Richard Jackson at OCMA

Category: Art Published on 20 Feb, 2013 Tags: , , , ,
Bad Dog: 28 foot tall Labrador sculpture by Richard Jackson

Bad Dog, a 28 foot tall sculpture of a black Labrador,  has been installed on the side of the Orange County Museum of Art (OCMA) in Newport Beach, California, as part of the “Richard Jackson: Ain’t Painting a Pain” exhibition, the first retrospective devoted to the 74 year old artist.

The large scale puppy has his leg lifted on the side of the museum and is rigged to spray yellow paint on the side of the building. Bad Dog will be on display at OCMA, along with Jackson’s retrospective, through May 5, 2013.

Bad Dog: 28 foot tall Labrador sculpture by Richard Jackson Bad Dog: 28 foot tall Labrador sculpture by Richard Jackson Bad Dog: 28 foot tall Labrador sculpture by Richard Jackson

images via Manitoba Museum of Finds Art – ArtInfo

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