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UNM Modern Art Close-up
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Betty Sabo's 'Modern Art' was unveiled August 23rd, 2004. From UNM Today: "...seven life-size bronze figures react to a new, 24-foot high contemporary stainless steel sculpture. Two couples feverishly discuss its merits. A man takes a seat on a nearby bench to ponder the shiny shape. One woman turns away – arms wide open, as if giving up on the entire concept. Another lone fellow scratches his head at the commotion."

http://www.unm.edu/~market/cgi-bin/archives/000250.html

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Copyright: Ryan Helinski
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Taken: 26/05/2010
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