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Good Fences Hide Good Sculpture
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TitleGood Fences Hide Good Sculpture
AbstractSculpture removed for the Nelson-Atkins Museum expansion, will be coming back into place on the grounds of the museum. These include: "Rumi" (1991) by Mark di Suvero which will be placed in the northeast corner; "Rush Hour" (1995) by George Segal to be placed between the existing building and the lobby lens of the Bloch addition; "Turbo" (2001) and "Ferryman" (1997) by Tony Craff will be between lenses four and five; "Large Totem Head" (1968) and "Large Torso:Arch (1962-63) by Henry Moore go in the southeast end of the park; "Three Bowls" (1990) by Ursula von Rydingsvard will be south of lens five; "Reclining Connected Forms" (1969) by Henry Moore will be along Rockhill Road; and "Tom's Cubicle" (1967) by Alexander Calder will go along Rockhill southeast of the lobby lens. Article includes a map showing the placements.
DateOctober 2, 2005
SourceThe Kansas City Star
LocationVertical File: Nelson-Atkins Gallery of Art
PageH3:1
Local SubjectSculpture
Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
IllustrationsYes
Item TypeNewspaper Article
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Item ID214278
CONTENTdm number29021
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