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New Delhi: A cat sculpture that has been installed at the entrance to the National Gallery of Art (NGA) in New Delhi, has been viewed by millions of people.
The sculpture of a female cat was unveiled on March 12 and was the subject of a global online poll on the Internet Art Index.
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The sculpture of an adult cat was installed at NGA on March 13 and is seen by millions online.
It is a symbolic act of defiance against a ban on cat sculptures in New India, the country where the country’s oldest art has its roots.
A poll conducted by the Internet art index showed that over 4 million people voted on whether the cat sculpture should be taken down.
“The poll was conducted using the Internet and the number of votes was 4 million,” said NHAI chairman and founder, Rakesh Srivastava.
“We did not want to take it down because of any social issues.
But the artist, Pratibha Srivasta, felt that this was a symbolic gesture that was taken up by many people and it is an important symbol of dissent,” he said.
Srivastasta’s decision was backed by artist Vikram Sethi, who said he had not taken any money from the artist.
“I have not done anything to gain any financial advantage from the sculpture.
I am merely expressing my own opinion on what is going on,” Sethi said.
Srivashas statue is a composite of seven sculptures, all of which are more than 1,000 years old.
The cat statue was built by sculptor and NHAi member Ram Srivathra in the year 2000.
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