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Verschämt by Rob Krier in plaster

Plaster reduction of “Verschämt”, one of the 4 sculptures adorning the entrance to the judicial city.
Edition is limited and numbered on 50 copies

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Started in 1992, the major construction site of the Cité Judiciaire de Luxembourg is the work of the architectural firm Krier-Kohl. Rob Krier, originally from Luxembourg, imagined 4 sculptures to adorn the entrance to the building, placed on top of 4 columns, and named them “Verschämt”, “Lauschend”, “Ermahnend”, and “Auf der Hut”. Each expresses, in German, a feeling that men and women, guilty or innocent, may experience when faced with justice. (Shame, Attention, Admonition, Vigilance).

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