Thursday, March 22, 2007

Day 81 of 365 photos in 2007

Day 81 of 365

Day 81 of 365 photos in 2007... photojournaling my way thru 2007!

... J. Seward Johnson is also known for his life sized sculptures of ordinary people in contemporary life situations. These sculptures have been placed in public settings throughout the world, including Double Check, which depicts a businessman sitting on a bench going through his briefcase. Located on New York City’s Liberty Street near the World Trade Center, it has since become an impromptu memorial. Other sites where sculptures by J. Seward Johnson can be found are at Rockefeller Center in New York City, Queen Elizabeth Park in Vancouver, Canada, and in Washington, D.C. Johnson has also shown his work in exhibits in Asia, Mexico, and throughout Europe. www.groundsforsculpture.org

This sculpture is found in a office building on West End Avenue here in Nashville, TN.

Day 81 of 365

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1 comment:

Kate O' said...

Hey, I used to work in that building!