Nicola Hicks' Brown Dog featured in The Guardian's The Great British Art Tour
In a secluded area of Battersea Park in London stands a sculpture of a small terrier on a plinth. Its diminutive size and situation belies a fascinating history that includes mass demonstrations, violent riots and one of the country’s most famous libel cases. It is also unusual because, in effect, it is a memorial to a memorial, an extremely rare focus for a piece of public sculpture.
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