People sailing on Vltava River by the giant purple middle finger sculpture by Czech artist David Cerny on October 21, 2013 in Prague. This artwork installed today, four days before the Czech early general election, on the Vltava River is addressed to Czech president Milos Zeman who's residency is at Prague Castle (in background).
Credit: MICHAL CIZEK
People sailing on Vltava River by the giant purple middle finger sculpture by Czech artist David Cerny on October 21, 2013 in Prague. This artwork installed today, four days before the Czech early general election, on the Vltava River is addressed to Czech president Milos Zeman who's residency is at Prague Castle (in background).
Credit: MICHAL CIZEK
This picture taken on October 21, 2013 shows the giant purple middle finger sculpture by Czech artist David Cerny on Vltava River in front of Prague's castle. This artwork installed today, four days before the Czech early general election, on the Vltava River is addressed to Czech president Milos Zeman who's residency is at Prague Castle (in background).
Credit: MICHAL CIZEK
A picture taken on July 26, 2012 shows David Cerny's double-decker bus art installation "London Booster." The Czech artist has adapted a 1957 London bus and added huge mechanical arms which enable it to do pushups. The work was commissioned by the Czech Olympic Committee, at Czech House.
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People look at David Cerny's double-decker bus art installation "London Booster" on July 26, 2012. The Czech artist has adapted a 1957 London bus and added huge mechanical arms which enable it to do press-ups. The work was commissioned by the Czech Olympic Committee, at Czech House.
Credit: Andrew Cowie
Visitors look at the artwork "Guns," giant replicas of handguns, an installation by Czech artist David Cerny in the courtyard of the Artbanka Museum of Young Art on October 8, 2011 in Prague.
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Visitors take photographs of the artwork "Guns," giant replicas of handguns, an installation by Czech artist David Cerny in the courtyard of the Artbanka Museum of Young Art on October 8, 2011 in Prague.
Credit: JOE KLAMAR
A WWII Soviet tank painted pink sits on a pontoon on the Vltava river in Prague on June 20, 2011 after being returned to Prague from a military museum for the commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the departure of Soviet troops who invaded Czechoslovakia in 1968. Original Soviet Army tank Nr.23 was on display in Prague from the war until visual artist David Cerny painted it pink with friends in April 1991.
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A WWII Soviet tank painted pink sits on a pontoon on the Vltava river in Prague on June 20, 2011 after being returned to Prague from a military museum for the commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the departure of Soviet troops who invaded Czechoslovakia in 1968. Original Soviet Army tank Nr.23 was on display in Prague from the war until visual artist David Cerny painted it pink with friends in April 1991.
Credit: MICHAL CIZEK
Photo taken on February 27, 2010 from the Vitkov National Memorial in Prague shows "The Climbing Babies," by artist David Cerny, adorning the Zizkov Television Tower.
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"Babies," a sculpture by Czech artist David Cerny, is seen covered with snow on January 9, 2010 in downtown Prague.
Credit: MICHAL CIZEK

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