Garden of Delights

Arman || Eros, Inside Eros || 1986 || Bronze
Dan Graham || For Gordon Bunshaft || 2006 || Two-way mirror, stainless steel, wood, stone
Henry Moore || King and Queen ||1952-53 || Bronze
Auguste Rodin || Crouching Woman || 1880-82 || Bronze
Roy Lichtenstein || Brushstroke ||1996 || Painted aluminum
Arnaldo Pomodoro || Sphere No. 6 || 1963-65 || Bronze
Barry Flanagan || The Drummer || 1989-90 || Bronze

Hirshhorn Museum, Sculpture Garden

March 18th, 2019

Thomas Jefferson Memorial

Dedicated by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt (whose own Memorial sits just across on the Tidal Basin), on April 13, 1943, the Thomas Jefferson Memorial stands in a straight line with the White House. Architect John Russell Pope, influenced by Jefferson’s taste in classical architecture, echoed the style seen in Jefferson’s two most famous buildings – Monticello and the University of Virginia Rotunda.

Washington D.C.

March 17th, 2019

To Touch is to See

“Social Programs” contains images of the fifty-four programs that were initiated under FDR and the New Deal. Within each panel, individual images symbolize the essence of various innovative programs, set within a background of the hands and faces of workers. The names of each program are also written in Braille. These are organized as five bronze panels, each measuring 6 x 6 feet with five corresponding bronze cylinders, which contain the negative images or molds of the five panels.

Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial 

March 17th, 2019