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The World Cup's global appeal is perfectly captured by three small steel sculptures executed by Sokari Douglas Camp for South Africa 2010.

29th June, 2014

The beautiful game seldom features on the Fine Arts page, but its global appeal is perfectly captured by three small steel sculptures executed by Sokari Douglas Camp for the South African World Cup in 2010.

The Nigerian-born, South London-based metal artist made her name with a series of oversize, flamboyant steel sculptures inspired by her Kalabari heritage and international issues.

Her work can be seen this summer in St Paul's Cathedral in London, where an installation...

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