Material: Paper mache, clay and faux broDimensions: D x W x H
"This is corporate nonsense," he told the New York Post. "It has nothing to do with feminism, and it is disrespect to the artist that made the bull."
Installed, May 17, 2017
Alex Gardega defiantly placed his sculpture of a dog, lifting its leg to pee, next to Fearless Girl - the bronze pony-tailed defiant girl, erected for International Women's Day in March, staring down the iconic Charging Bull on Wall Street. She had quickly became a symbol of feminism and resistance.He only spent a couple of hours constructing the statue, intentionally making the statue “very raw” out of paper mache, clay and faux bronze.
Removed, May 17, 2017
He personally removed the statue around 12 p.m. on Monday after three people kicked and throwing it, breaking the pug's leg.