“The Communists ruined this country and oppressed freedom and yet here they are 20 years later in our Parliament,” said David Cerny, the iconoclastic Czech artist, who in 1991 painted a Soviet tank pink, transforming a memorial to the liberation of Czechoslovakia by the Red Army in 1945 into the equivalent of a large toy. “It is a national disgrace. The Communists are endangering the country. The Czechs need to wake up.”
David Cerny sculpture in the Kafka museum in Prague: Two men urinating on a map of the Czech Republic. Visitors can text a message to the sculpture (phone number displayed next to sculpture) and the message will be written onto the water by the moving penises.
"Lucerna Palace’s central atrium is dominated by Czech sculptor David Černý’s dead horse ridden by St. Wenceslas. It is supposed to be an ironic twist on the St. Wenceslas statute in the square outside.address: Wenceslas Square, Prague, Czech Republic"