Incredible Sculpture Park in New Zealand.
New Zealand business whiz Alan Gibbs has turned his New Zealand farm into one of the world's leading sculpture parks, with the only brief to artists being 'make sure it's not wimpy.' This is just completely incredible. From Co.Design,
There is a massive horn-like sculpture from Anish Kapoor, and a monumental stone pyramid from Sol Lewitt. One piece, Grief, is an exacting replica of an early Western town--saloon and all. Other work is more subtle: Daniel Buren built the park’s only fence, a 544-meter-long white picket fence that snakes through the landscape. Neil Dawson’s Horizons seems to be the crowd favorite: at 45 feet tall, the steel-framed pop-art outline of a napkin fluttering to earth is visible from much of the park.