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"Ball Game", an ensemble of five large-scale hyper-realistic sport balls (football, basketball, tennis, volleyball and golf) by Argentine conceptual artist Leandro Erlich are rolled down along Figueroa Alcorta avenue in Buenos Aires on October 7, 2018, on the beginning of the Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires 2018. / AFP / JUAN MABROMATA
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"Ball Game", an ensemble of five large-scale hyper-realistic sport balls (football, basketball, tennis, volleyball and golf) by Argentine conceptual artist Leandro Erlich are rolled down along Figueroa Alcorta avenue in Buenos Aires on October 7, 2018, on the beginning of the Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires 2018. / AFP / JUAN MABROMATA
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"Ball Game", an ensemble of five large-scale hyper-realistic sport balls (football, basketball, tennis, volleyball and golf) by Argentine conceptual artist Leandro Erlich are rolled down along Figueroa Alcorta avenue in Buenos Aires on October 7, 2018, on the beginning of the Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires 2018. / AFP / JUAN MABROMATA
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"Ball Game", an ensemble of five large-scale hyper-realistic sport balls (football, basketball, tennis, volleyball and golf) by Argentine conceptual artist Leandro Erlich arrive to the Planetarium after being rolled down along Figueroa Alcorta avenue in Buenos Aires on October 7, 2018, on the beginning of the Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires 2018. / AFP / JUAN MABROMATA
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"Ball Game", an ensemble of five large-scale hyper-realistic sport balls (football, basketball, tennis, volleyball and golf) by Argentine conceptual artist Leandro Erlich during it instalation at the Planetarium Galileo Galilei after being rolled down along Figueroa Alcorta avenue in Buenos Aires on October 7, 2018, on the beginning of the Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires 2018. / AFP / JUAN MABROMATA
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"Ball Game", an ensemble of five large-scale hyper-realistic sport balls (football, basketball, tennis, volleyball and golf) by Argentine conceptual artist Leandro Erlich are rolled down along Figueroa Alcorta avenue in Buenos Aires on October 7, 2018, on the beginning of the Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires 2018. / AFP / JUAN MABROMATA
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A man practice fly cast on the lake of the Planetarium where install "Ball Game", an ensemble of five large-scale hyper-realistic sport balls (football, basketball, tennis, volleyball and golf) by Argentine conceptual artist Leandro Erlich after being rolled down along Figueroa Alcorta avenue in Buenos Aires on October 7, 2018, on the beginning of the Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires 2018. / AFP / JUAN MABROMATA
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"Ball Game", an ensemble of five large-scale hyper-realistic sport balls (football, basketball, tennis, volleyball and golf) by Argentine conceptual artist Leandro Erlich are rolled down along Figueroa Alcorta avenue next to a mural of late Argentine tango singer Carlos Gardel by late Uruguayan artist Carlos Paez Vilaro, in Buenos Aires on October 7, 2018, on the beginning of the Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires 2018. / AFP / JUAN MABROMATA
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A family takes a selfie next to "Ball Game", an ensemble of five large-scale hyper-realistic sport balls (football, basketball, tennis, volleyball and golf) by Argentine conceptual artist Leandro Erlich are rolled down along Figueroa Alcorta avenue in Buenos Aires on October 7, 2018, on the beginning of the Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires 2018. / AFP / JUAN MABROMATA
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"Ball Game", an ensemble of five large-scale hyper-realistic sport balls (football, basketball, tennis, volleyball and golf) by Argentine conceptual artist Leandro Erlich are rolled down along Figueroa Alcorta avenue in Buenos Aires on October 7, 2018, on the beginning of the Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires 2018. / AFP / JUAN MABROMATA
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"Ball Game", an ensemble of five large-scale hyper-realistic sport balls (football, basketball, tennis, volleyball and golf) by Argentine conceptual artist Leandro Erlich are rolled down along Figueroa Alcorta avenue in Buenos Aires on October 7, 2018, on the beginning of the Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires 2018. / AFP / JUAN MABROMATA
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Argentine conceptual artist Leandro Erlich (R) and his son Romeo walk next to his creation "Ball Game", an ensemble of five large-scale hyper-realistic sport balls (football, basketball, tennis, volleyball and golf) while rolled down along Figueroa Alcorta avenue in Buenos Aires on October 7, 2018, on the beginning of the Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires 2018. / AFP / JUAN MABROMATA
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"Ball Game", an ensemble of five large-scale hyper-realistic sport balls (football, basketball, tennis, volleyball and golf) by Argentine conceptual artist Leandro Erlich during it instalation at the park of the Planetarium Galileo Galilei after being rolled down along Figueroa Alcorta avenue in Buenos Aires on October 7, 2018, on the beginning of the Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires 2018. / AFP / JUAN MABROMATA
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Argentine conceptual artist Leandro Erlich (R) and his son Romeo walk next to his creation "Ball Game", an ensemble of five large-scale hyper-realistic sport balls (football, basketball, tennis, volleyball and golf) while rolled down along Figueroa Alcorta avenue in Buenos Aires on October 7, 2018, on the beginning of the Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires 2018. / AFP / JUAN MABROMATA
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A boy wearing Argentina's Lionel Messi jersey push the giant football of "Ball Game", an ensemble of five large-scale hyper-realistic sport balls (football, basketball, tennis, volleyball and golf) by Argentine conceptual artist Leandro Erlich are rolled down along Figueroa Alcorta avenue in Buenos Aires on October 7, 2018, on the beginning of the Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires 2018. / AFP / JUAN MABROMATA
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"Ball Game", an ensemble of five large-scale hyper-realistic sport balls (football, basketball, tennis, volleyball and golf) by Argentine conceptual artist Leandro Erlich are rolled down along Figueroa Alcorta avenue in Buenos Aires on October 7, 2018, on the beginning of the Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires 2018. / AFP / JUAN MABROMATA
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"Ball Game", an ensemble of five large-scale hyper-realistic sport balls (football, basketball, tennis, volleyball and golf) by Argentine conceptual artist Leandro Erlich are rolled down along Figueroa Alcorta avenue in Buenos Aires on October 7, 2018, on the beginning of the Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires 2018. / AFP / JUAN MABROMATA
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"Ball Game", an ensemble of five large-scale hyper-realistic sport balls (football, basketball, tennis, volleyball and golf) by Argentine conceptual artist Leandro Erlich during it instalation at the park of the Planetarium Galileo Galilei after being rolled down along Figueroa Alcorta avenue in Buenos Aires on October 7, 2018, on the beginning of the Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires 2018. / AFP / JUAN MABROMATA
Updated 08 October 2018

Ball Game

"Ball Game", an ensemble of five large-scale hyper-realistic sport balls (football, basketball, tennis, volleyball and golf) by Argentine conceptual artist Leandro Erlich are rolled down along Figueroa Alcorta avenue in Buenos Aires on October 7, 2018, on the beginning of the Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires 2018.
(Photo courtesy: AFP)