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The Rehumanization of Public Art
January 23, 2020 / Michelle Kamhi / Contemporary art, Public Art / 3 Comments
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For anyone who shares my utter dismay regarding the dehumanization of public art in recent decades,1 I have good news. An extraordinarily ambitious, heartfelt, and skillful work of figurative public art is underway that communicates without the aid of an artist’s statement.
Sabin Howard, A Soldier’s Journey, first section, full-size clay model in studio prior to casting in bronze.
It is the slightly larger-than-life sculptural relief for the National World War I Memorial —designed by a very young architect, Joseph Weishaar (b. 1990), and a seasoned classical sculptor, Sabin Howard ...
I responded on her blog (my response will not appear there):