This is 'Angel', a hyper-realistic sculpture created by Beijing artists Sun Yuan and Peng Yu to resemble their concept of a fallen angel. Well I can certainly see why the angel fell -- it doesn't have any feathers. You can't expect to fly with those uncooked hot wings!
It was made from silica gel, fibreglass, stainless steel, and woven mesh.
The artist statement on their website cryptically reveals the project's purpose: highlighting the tension and transition between the supernatural and the mundane.
I don't really understand what 'highlighting the tension and transition between the supernatural and mundane' means, but that's probably why I'm not an artist: I'm not very heady. I have never produced any piece of art that has any deeper meaning than 'Hey -- look at this picture of a penis I drew.'
Keep going for a bunch of closeups, plus a far-away.
Thanks to Double Dribble, an awesome oldschool video game but a serious problem if you're talking about putting what you believe to be is a completely empty penis back in your shorts after going to the bathroom. Now splatter some water on your pants and pretend you're a sloppy hand-washer.