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Pity the poor people of Dublin, for Astragal understands the city’s docklands will be the latest location for a new Antony Gormley installation. According to reports, the high-profile sculptor will be creating a ‘sizeable structure’ that is believed to be up to 48m tall. One can only hope it isn’t yet another replica of the artist’s own form. At 48m that would leave very little to the imagination. The city already has the Floozie in the Jacuzzi, it doesn’t need Gormley ...

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