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I really like public art, whether inside an airport, in a park or on a street. Recently, I took a lunchtime walk and along the way, I passed through City Hall Park. To my delight, I noticed interesting sculptures and works of art all over the place.
The first thing I noticed were these tall black totem pole structures that each said PEACE on them. I soon learned that they are the work of Timur Si-Qin.
then I saw this: by Artie Vierkant
These sculptures were rather interesting:
I think this was my favorite:
And who doesn’t love the arm of a Harlem Globetrotter that resembles the Statue of Liberty?
The exhibit runs through November 20, 2015 and it’s free! If you’re nearby, I recommend you go for a stroll through City Hall Park (which is beautiful even without this art installation!).
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