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‘Fearless Girl’ statue will keep staring down Wall Street’s bull

(Photo: AP)The “Fearless Girl” will continue staring down Wall Street’s “Charging Bull” for at least one more year.
Buzz60In this March 22, 2017 photo, the Charging Bull and Fearless Girl statues are sit on Lower Broadway in New York.
After her installation on the eve of International Women’s Day, the “Fearless Girl” has drawn widespread attention.
Arturo Di Modica, sculptor of Wall Street’s famous bull, told the Associated Press the girl was “an advertising trick.”
CLOSE Skip in Skip x Embed x Share Thousands of people want the statue of the fearless girl on Wall Street in Manhattan to become a permanent fixture.

A statue with limitations: Lessons from 'Fearless Girl'

as informed in To fast-track Fearless Girl to remain indefinitely would be to invite well-financed viral marketing schemes to establish beachheads on city streets willy-nilly.
A company that, though it denies any connection, just might have a cold motive to warm the hearts of a city wild about “Fearless Girl.”
We’re glad to see support surge to keep the spunky statue known as “Fearless Girl” firmly planted near Wall Street, in a spot until now the exclusive territory of the ferocious Charging Bull she stares down.
The statue, in the making since last year, was custom-cast for the site, down to the swish of the girl’s ponytail mirroring the bull’s snapping tail.
But cementing the bronze moppet’s place in the New York City streetscape requires reckoning with her most unusual path to Broadway, pursued by a major business partner of the city’s in the thick of a big deal.

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