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Acclaimed sculpture moves to Richardson Olmsted Campus

The "look and see" sculpture created in 2005 by artist Jim Hodges has moved from the Albright-Knox Art Gallery's Sculpture Garden to the Richardson Olmsted Campus' South Lawn.

The 9-ton work, which uses highly polished and painted stainless steel with mirrored surfaces, was made available for the Richardson grounds through the museum's Public Art Initiative.

"This historical landscape was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted to bring beauty to the site and provide spaces for reflection and healing," said Mark Mortenson, the campus' executive director.

"By partnering with our friends at the Albright-Knox, we have the pleasure of sharing with our community modern installations that reflect and complement the grounds' original intentions."

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