United Enemies

March 5August 25, 2013
Presented by Public Art Fund
Presented by Public Art Fund


Towering in cast bronze, it is astonishing that Thomas Schütte’s United Enemies has its origins in a series of small figures the artist made with modeling clay in the early 1990s. Schütte conceived the series during a residency in Italy at a time when several politicians had been arrested for corruption. On view in Doris C. Freedman Plaza, Central Park at 60th Street & 5th Avenue.

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Presented by Public Art Fund