Not everyone in loveland was feeling very loving toward triangle, a bronze sculpture of three nudes, two women and a man, that was installed in a traffic circle in 2006 created by internationally known colorado sculptor kirsten kokkin and paid for with $67,000 of public-art money, triangle was moved. General: 16t0560813 4787115 muskegon north muskegon public art - monument korean & vietnam war memorial 213 & lake ave in triangle 16t 0565879 4787056 muskegon muskegon muskegon other types of art org west shore symphony orchestra 425 west webster ave muskegon muskegon muskegon.
This year, though, the event will take place in the shadow of a debate over a large bronze sculpture that some residents say is too erotic, and inappropriate for a public art installation the sculpture, titled “triangle,” was created by kirsten kokkin, 54, a norwegian-born and internationally acclaimed sculptor.
About the artist some artists will always see it as their task to measure themselves against the greatest in art history thus, they set their sights higher than do many other artists kirsten kokkin belongs to the group that strives towards the best in art history her work reflects the european tradition of figurative sculptors, such. Poor planning and unexpected oversights on the part of an artist or plaque-maker working with words can lead to public mistakes that are sometimes impossible to fix because they are literally “i hope it won't get too much attention,” the sculptor (and daughter of a resistance fighter) kirsten kokkin said.
The new york times had a report this weekend on a public artwork recently installed in loveland, colorado (earlier, local coverage here and here) the artist, kirsten kokkin, says her sculpture, titled “triangle” and depicting three nude figures -- a man and woman holding up a second woman -- is meant to. The city paid $67,150 for “triangle,” which has generated the debate the sculpture is a 13-foot-tall design featuring three nude figures, two holding the third aloft kirsten kokkin said her creation tries to show how everyone is dependent on someone else's support “it's a metaphor for how humanity needs. Sculpture review 19 dog rolling on his back, tionship between a father because of its anatom- and his son) was sexual- ical correctness, more ized and criticized in the precisely the size of the case of kirsten kokkin, dog's genitalia the the triangle subject, mayor claimed that the rather than the nudity city council.
In 2006, people protested a sculpture created by loveland artist kirsten kokkin called triangle, featuring three nude figures standing in a circle holding hands holly note: this piece was subsequently removed in 2007 after the statue was placed along a busy street, officials decided to relocate it to a less- conspicuous. Kirsten kokkin creates beautiful romantic-figuritive bronze sculptures and creates both public and private commisions that include monuments and smaller works.