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The largest and first wire sculpture in Pakistan was damaged in Islamabad.

The largest and first wire sculpture in Pakistan was damaged in Islamabad.

The largest and first wire sculpture in Pakistan was damaged in Islamabad.

The largest and first wire sculpture in Pakistan was damaged in Islamabad.

The wire sculpture, which was placed in Kachnar Park, I-8 Islamabad, was damaged by unidentified individuals when it was in the federal capital.

You might remember that the legendary artist Harfan, whose works were displayed in public spaces, donated this sculpture of a Greek archer. It took 73 days to finish, weighed 150 kg, and stood 8.6 feet tall. The sculpture honours the courageous women in our culture.

The largest and first wire sculpture in Pakistan was damaged in Islamabad.

Following its social media publication, the information about the wire sculpture’s vandalism went global, with individuals responding in a variety of ways. While some defended the conduct, some individuals expressed their outrage and disappointment.

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