Cyprus. In front of the Central Bank, a set of water closets.

During this first part of the week, going ahead of the Central Bank of Nicosia, it is possible to contemplate a series of plaster works.

Undoubtedly, at a glance, the form of these «sculptures» could leave spectators a little bit puzzled. However, they will promptly identify an important part of daily life: the water closet. «20», to be more precise (la Repubblica.it).

«Andreas Efstathiou, 49 years old», is the author of this «installation», showing that also «artists of Cyprus protest against crisis» (ibidem).

According to Mr Efstathiou, these toilets «represent the suffering Cyprus population is experiencing after the European Union rescue plan». As he remarks, if we observe «the sculptures» being in front of them, they «seem toilets», but going to the opposite side, they would appear like «tombstones» (ibidem).

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