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Tulum’s Giant Sculpture Park opens its doors to the public today Friday, October 15

TULUM, Quintana Roo, (October 15, 2021).- The popular sculpture “Ven a la luz” by the artist Daniel Popper, located in the Ahau hotel and which became an attraction of Tulum, will now be exhibited at another point along with several other sculptures in a space dedicated to art.

The so-called giant sculpture park will open to the public today Friday, October 15.

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This will also be located in the Ahau hotel, but no longer on the avenue, but in a garden that would adjoin the beach.

The cost to have access would be three dollars, with which the sculptures would be maintained.

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“Ahau Tulum will also develop a beautiful sculpture garden area with its own entrance with food and beverage service,” the hotel announced on its webpage.

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“The sculpture ‘Ven a la Luz’ by the world renowned artist Daniel Popper, will be the centerpiece of this garden,” he explained.

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“Ven a la Luz” (Come into the light), by the South African artist Daniel Popper, is a work that has traveled around the world through photos shared by travelers who have visited Tulum, and which was unveiled in 2018 as part of the Art With Me festival.

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The sculpture is 10 meters high and is made of steel, wood, ropes and plant material.

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Source: El Quintana Roo

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