'Joe' by Richard Serra

Located at the Pulitzer Foundation of the Arts. Commissioned by Emily Pulitzer for her late husband, Joseph.
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kjfitz picture
@ 2007-02-12 14:06:03
Good job on the sculptures. I'm quite partial to them myself.
pmoore66 picture
@ 2007-02-16 14:01:13
I'm a bit of a wonk...
http://www.grsculpture.com
gamma picture
@ 2007-02-25 18:25:22
Wonk may refer to:

* Wonk (colloquial American English) was originally a 1960s slang word applied to an excessively studious person (equivalent to "grind" or "nerd"). The origins of the term are obscure. It has been described as a simple reversal of "know," linked to an obscure Old English word, and attributed to Royal Navy slang for a learned but inexperienced midshipman
* Policy wonk, presumably from the above, is someone knowledgeable about and fascinated by details of government policy and programs
* Wonk, a character from "The Adventures of Wonk" by Muriel Levy with illustrations by Kiddell-Monroe. Published by Ladybird Books in the 1940s these children's classics are now extremely rare. Wonk was a creature best described as a cuddly Koala-like bear who got himself into all sorts of trouble. Surviving copies of the Wonk books seem to be extremely fragile, perhaps due to paper shortages during the Second World War
* Wonk is a colloquial term for the recreational drug Ketamine. This term is used particularly in North London, UK
* a fork with just a single prong - see twook, threek, fork, etc..

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wonk
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@ 2009-11-05 14:39:40
Richard Serra's 'Wright's Triangle is on the campus of Western Washington University. I didnt see it on your list.

westerngallery . wwu . edu / sculpture_s . shtml
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@ 2009-11-05 16:46:38
Richard Serra's 'Wright's Triangle' is mapped at:
http://virtualglobetrotting.com/map/wrights-triangle-by-richard-serra/
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@ 2013-03-02 06:47:04
better GM:
https://maps.google.com/maps?q=United+States&hl=en&ll=38.640133,-90.234837&spn=0.000453,0.000817&t=k&hnear=United+States&z=21