Autoeater Statue | Midtown Atlanta GA

In Midtown Atlanta GA – one of the most walkable urban areas in the U.S. – is a fitting statue. It looks like some biomorphic form is eating a car, more specifically, a Fiat Panda. A public art project by the Midtown Alliance, the Autoeater statue was created by artists Venske and Spänle in Carrara, Italy in 2017 and now stands in a high-traffic intersection in Midtown Atlanta. In fact, over 2,000 people walk through it daily. That’s better traffic than any gallery!

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Fun Facts About the Autoeater Statue

  • 1 The Autoeater statue weighs 16 tons.
  • 2 It took 9 months to be created by Italian artists Julia Venske and Gregor Spänle.
  • 3 Create in Carrara, Itlay, the Autoeater statue traveled nearly 5,000 miles to Atlanta GA.
  • 4 The car being devoured is a Fiat Panda, originally released in 1980.
  • 5 The statue stands at 10th Street and Peachtree Street in Midtown Atlanta GA.

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Intersection of 10th Street and Peachtree Street, Atlanta GA
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