A plaque dedicated to the art of the British artist Fogg was placed on the wall of a museum in the UK this week, along with other commemorative artworks.
The plaque was placed in a building dedicated to “British history, creativity, creativity in the 21st century.”
The plaque, which is named for the late British artist, was unveiled in the town of Woking in north London, according to The Guardian.
The artwork is known as Figge’s Big Fat Fogg, and depicts a figure holding a large piece of dough.
It’s been on display at the museum since February.
“I am honoured to be given this honour,” Fogg said in a statement.
“My work has always been about exploring the human condition, about how our experience of life affects our whole lives.
Figge also founded the British Film Institute and was the creator of the Fogg Art Gallery. “
This plaque is an expression of my commitment to this beautiful city, and of my admiration for the people of Woke.”
Figge also founded the British Film Institute and was the creator of the Fogg Art Gallery.
The Fogg Gallery was later taken over by the British Art Gallery in London.