@nytimes
The New York Times
a day ago
Arturo Di Modica, a Sicilian-born sculptor best known for “Charging Bull,” the 3.5 ton bronze sculpture that he illegally deposited in Lower Manhattan one night in 1989, died on Friday. He was 80. https://t.co/hKSNygJWry
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@Cymande5
Cymande
a day ago
@nytimes Ruh roh
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@TalknTraderJoes
Talkin' Trader Joe's Podcast
a day ago
@nytimes RIP to him and RIP to this Bull market
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@Salvagnine
Robin88xx
a day ago
@nytimes never knew that sculpture was installed illegally!
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@Eveonthehill
Eve Nunya aka The Library Lady
a day ago
@nytimes Fascinating story.
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@Wilson39875605
Wilson (❤️点FO很重要)
a day ago
@nytimes Time for bear.
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@AnilKat27138460
Anil Katara
a day ago
@nytimes True... To his chisel.... His art... His focus... With so many " Charging Bulls " replicated multiple times... The real weight of Arturo Di Modica... Charging Bull.. Must be thousands of tons... A true charging bull.... Himself... The old man.
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@BoySeedha
Seedha Boy
a day ago
@nytimes What a man 🙌.
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@Roberto200270
Roberto Cristofori
a day ago
@nytimes Rip form Italy
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@donald__jump
DonaId Jump
a day ago
@nytimes This does not change the fact that in Antartica there are 21 million penguins and in Malta there are 502,653 inhabitants. So if the penguins decide to invade Malta, each Maltese will have to fight 42 penguins.
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