Once Upon a Time, Gateshead Riverside Park

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Once Upon a Time is a sculpture in Gateshead Riverside Park by Richard Deacon(1990). The sculpture was inspired by the architecture of the surrounding environment, making links with past industries along the Tyne.[1] It is built onto the surviving abutment of the demolished former Redheugh Bridge.

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'Once Upon a Time' by Richard Deacon, Gateshead Riverside Park

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Sculpture: "Once upon a time" by Richard Deacon

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Once Upon a Time

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Once Upon a Time - Richard Deacon
- "Richard Deacon's Once Upon a Time... relates to the architecture of the Tyne's bridges. It is built onto the surviving abutment wall of the demolished Redheugh Bridge. The ...

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