The sculpture "What You see Might Not Be Real," by Chen Wenling, was displayed at a Beijing gallery Sunday. A bull, meant to represent Wall Street, is seen ramming the biggest con man of all time, Bernie Madoff, into a wall. Totally deserving, if you ask me. The huge cloud coming out of the bull's rear not only refers to the end of a greedy era, but also symbolizes the danger of virtual bubbles in international financial markets. In a society based on desire and money, some people choose to create many false impressions, while others sadly fall for them. Chen Wenling's artnet bio More Awesome Artwork: Fine Art – Rob Hefferan (12 paintings) 19 Amazing Paintings, Not Photos Urban Street Art – Steamrolled by Banksy: London 12 Powerful Women Throughout History – Alexia Sinclair
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