Newcastle's latest public artwork Advocate is unveiled in Central Square

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    Chronicle Live: 19 JUN 2014. "....American artist Bruce Beasley left behind the Californian sunshine to unveil his latest artwork in the Toon. Advocate - a 20-ft high tower of bronze blocks appearing on the brink of collapse - was opened in Central Square, behind Newcastle Central Station, on the former site of the controversial ‘shopping trolley’ sculpture, which has now moved to London...."
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