Philly’s newest sculpture was unveiled today. With the Barnes set to open its doors in just over a month, “The Barnes Totem”—designed by 88-year-old Ellsworth Kelly—was erected near the museum’s entrance on 20th street. The zigzagging sculpture is 40 feet tall and made of steel. [CBS 3]
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