Turning Point, Case Western Reserve University

Philip Johnson
1996




Distant view

Five separate elements make up this work by the famous architect. (See my index for his architectural works on this site.) The elements are composed of wood but coated with fiberglass. The sculpture on the far left is made up of various forms, a kind of "Stonehenge-like" sculpture, mounted on a circular sidewalk, which one can walk through.
 

Views of three of the sculptures--and below, views of two of the sculptural elements

 
 

Views of two of the elements

 
 

The mini-"Stonehenge"

 



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