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Another sculpture located within walking distance, also located on the grounds of the DIA is the ”Gracehoper." Created by artist Tony Smith, this massive piece was created in the early-seventies, in the minimalist style.
“Spirit of Detroit”
Sculptor Marshall Fredericks’ “Spirit of Detroit” is located in downtown Detroit. He’s the mascot of the city. Sitting on Woodward between Jefferson and Larned, this hulking green giant made of bronze is here to keep steadfast even as the times change around him. The best part is when he dons a jersey in support of the local sports teams.
“Helios Trail” can be found at Wayne State, College of Engineering. This modern piece was created to signify the future. The stainless steel sculpture resembles a bolt and was made by Bruce White and installed in the late-eighties.
Detroit artist Ed Sykes made “Untitled” in 2001. This modernistic creation can be found on the intersection of West Warren and Anthony Wayne Drive. This sculpture is amazing in structure and design. The piece was commissioned in commemoration of Wayne State Professor Andrzej Olbrot.
“Monument to Joe Louis”
The “Monument to Joe Louis” was created by Robert Graham. This larger-than-life piece is suspended from dual triangles. “The Fist” was created in honor of the infamous boxer, and is located in close proximity to Joe Louis Arena, in downtown Detroit. The art is located on Jefferson Avenue at Woodward Avenue.
Auguste Rodin’s “The Thinker” sculpture is one of eleven statues in the United States cast of the same figure. The sculpture is made of bronze and sits in front of the Detroit Institute of Arts on a pedestal.
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