Passacaglia a 20-tonne cast-iron curved sculpture on Brighton Beach with the artist, sculptor Charlie Hadcock.
Contributor:Roger Bamber / Alamy Stock Photo
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Dimensions:6305 x 4181 px | 53.4 x 35.4 cm | 21 x 13.9 inches | 300dpi
Location:Brighton Beach East Sussex England UK Great Britain
Sculptor Charles Hadcock on Brighton beach with his sculpture which cost £40,000 of lottery money and was criticised by locals who said it looked like a piece of scrap metal when it was first installed in 1998. But it quickly became one of Brighton and Hove's most photographed attractions and was adopted by local kids as a skateboard ramp and climbing frame. Charles Hadcock drew his inspiration for it from the Victorian engineering of the Palace Pier and the derelict West Pier.