Sun 29 May 2011, The Sunday Times

Biteback, May 29

By Richard Brooks
O ne was commissioned in February 2009, but has failed to get off the drawing board; the other was announced only 14 months ago and is already soaring above the Olympic park. This is a tale of Britain’s latest and largest public sculptures, both of them planned for next year. One has a tail of another sort: Mark Wallinger’s giant white horse, which was set to stand proud beside the A2 and the railway to the Channel tunnel in Kent. The other already has its tail up — Anish Kapoor’s Orbit, which is well over halfway to its full height of 377ft and will be complete by the autumn.
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