Steven Harrington's 28-Foot 'Gotcha' Sculpture in China Is His Biggest Yet

Alongside a sculpture garden on the rooftop of the IFS Changsha skyscraper.

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This past March, Steven Harrington unveiled his anticipated collectible sculpture called Gotcha. The figure portrays Harrington’s signature palm trees coiling around a white dog dressed in a black tuxedo. Recently, the LA-based artist created a large-scale 28-foot sculpture of Gotcha for IFS Changsha in China. Accompanying the massive artwork is an exhibition featuring new paintings as well as a sculpture garden on the rooftop of the skyscraper. Collectively, this project marks Harrington’s largest exhibit in China.

View the artworks above and head over to IFS Changsha’s website to learn more. Harrington will also release a limited edition fluorescent Gotcha sculpture through ToyQube’s online website next week to celebrate the project.

IFS Changsha Skyscraper
No. 188 Jiefang West Road
Furong District, Changsha City
China

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