Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Argo

Argo Milwaukee

Argo is a public artwork by Russian-American artist Alexander Liberman located on the south lawn of the Milwaukee Art Museum, which is in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, U.S.A. The artwork was made in 1974 from steel cylinders painted with a reflective white epoxy finish. It measures 15 feet high by 31 feet wide.

Linking to Alphabe-Thursday for Letter 'A'.

9 comments:

  1. How interesting!
    I've been enjoying the sculptures in Krutch Park in Knoxville, TN when I travel through that area. Some of the sculptures have ended up in blog posts.

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  2. I would certainly stop and take a few pictures! :)

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  3. I am always attracted to this kind of artwork. I thought you were writing about the movie at first. Since the movie left me feeling fairly disturbed I was glad, instead, to see something so creative and fluid!

    Neat link!

    Thank you for sharing.

    A+

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  4. Well that is a great, creative way to make use of those cylinders.

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  5. It looks like ship funnels poking out of the ground :-)

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