Their site keeps crashing my web browser, but I’m still feeling inspired by Henry VIII’s Wives, a Glasgow based art collective who, among other projects, are attempting to build Vladimir Tatlin’s ‘Monument to the Third International’.

Except in bits. And scattered all over the world.

So far they have a few chunks in Belgrade (and if anyone reading this ever finds themselves in Belgrade, please drop into the Contemporary Art Gallery for me and let me know if its as fantastic as it looks from its website).

Also worth exploring by Henry VIII’s Wives are the Glasgow pensioners recreating iconic moments of the twentieth century. A commentary on the power of iconography indeed.

Glasgow pensioners recreating iconic moments of the twentieth century - Henry VIII’s Wives