St. Louis, Missouri: Nijinski Hare: Kung Fu Rabbit (In Transition)
- West of downtown. In a little park on the west side of N. Grand Blvd at its intersection with Grandel Square. Across the street from Powell Symphonic Hall.
- Currently gone: moving to this location in early 2017.
- In Transition
Nijinski Hare: Kung Fu Rabbit
Large bronze "Nijinski Hare" was sculpted by artist Barry Flanagan, and depicts a rabbit in mid-martial arts (or ballet) stance. Roadsideamerica.com Report... [10/29/2012]
Visitor Tips and News About Nijinski Hare: Kung Fu Rabbit
Due to renovation and expansion of the bus station on Clark, The Nijinski Hare, aka Kung Fu Rabbit, has been taken down.[ZK, 11/06/2016]
Nijinski Hare - Kung Fu Rabbit
Nijinski Hare is right across from the St. Louis Blues hockey rink. He's a pretty cool little rabbit.[ME, 05/09/2012]
Kung Fu Rabbit
This sculpture is called "Nijinski Hare." It was made by artist Barry Flanagan in 1996. It stands outside of The Scottrade Center, home of the St Louis Blues. Right across the street are statues of Brett Hull, Bernie Federko and Al MacInnis.[Vinny Gragg, 06/19/2011]
Ballet meets martial arts.