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Conquering the Wild


“Conquering the Wild” is the theme of this monument, depicted by a man engaged in a struggle to subdue a rearing horse.  The central statue is flanked on its four corners by life-size figures representing science, art, learning, and industry.  31 more words

More from the City of Love

We continue our tour through the City of Love, today focusing on some of the gardens and museums I visited. (If you missed my first post on Paris, you can see it… 178 more words

Parks, Monuments, Statues and Sculptures - Oh My!

Uruguay loves its statues, sculptures and almost any style of artwork. You can see the European influence in the buildings and its flair in the bronze busts found inside buildings and churches. 449 more words

Beach Living

Agra/ In the name of love


To tell the story of the Taj, it’s best to start with Agra Fort. The walls of which harbor the whispers of four generations of men and their love for women and power. 618 more words

India

What does 'monument' mean?

Last fall, when I was abroad in Hong Kong, I immersed myself in the vibrant art atmosphere of Asia’s world city. Among the numerous art spaces, galleries, auction houses, and artists’ studios, there are always opening receptions, artist talks and interesting conversations going on. 701 more words

Current Exhibition

Dusting Off the Old Heroes of the Republic: The Newest Civil Rights Movement in Washington, D.C.

By Matt LaRoche ‘17

When I decided to attend the Women’s March on Washington this past January, I tried desperately to keep the Civil War out of my mind. 1,249 more words