Vladimir Tatlin’s Monument for the Third International is the latest addition to the Sainsbury Centre Sculpture Park.

Tatlin’s Tower, as it is known, was never built, but was a symbol of utopian vision from Revolutionary Russia. The steel-framed spiral design was intended to be a 400-metre monument in St Petersburg – taller than the Eiffel Tower.

The 10 metre scale model of the monument, recreated by architect Sir Jeremy Dixon using architectural drawings, was donated to the collection by the Royal Academy of Arts, and forms the centrepiece of theSainsbury Centre Russia Season.

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