Prague's kinetic head of Franz Kafka

The Hlava Franze Kafky is a work of street art in downtown Prague by innovative sculptor David Černý. Depicting the seminal German-language writer Franz Kafka, it's 11 meters (36 feet) tall and consisting of 42 layers of steel which rotate at different rates. Whimsical and fun - which is why I couldn't resist hamming it up a bit when I visited several years ago.


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