Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, Walker Art Center--page 5 (of six)





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Marino Marini

Cavaliere (Horseman), bronze, circa 1949
 

Mario Merz

Untitled, neon, glass tubing, 1996-1997
Merz, an artist associated with Arte Povera, quotes from T. S. Eliot's poem The Waste Land; the words cittą irreale ("unreal city") are in red neon script on the roof of the Cowles Conservatory.
 

Henry Moore

Left: Reclining Mother and Child, bronze, 1960-1961

Center: Standing Figure: Knife Edge, bronze, 1961
 

Left: Reuben Nakian

Goddess With The Golden Thighs, bronze, 1964-1965/1987

Center: David Nash

Standing Frame, charred white oak, 1987
 

Louise Nevelson

Dawn Tree, aluminum, paint, 1976
 

Isamu Noguchi

Theater Set Piece from Judith, bronze, 1950/1978


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