Sculpture at the Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park--Introduction and Index


The 30-acre sculpture park displays sculpture from the late 19th century to the present. The Sculpture Park opened in 2002 with the beautifully landscaped area carved out of the 125 acres comprising the gardens. It is part of the gardens--125 acres of natural wetlands, woods, meadows, and cultivated gardens. The non-profit organization opened in 1995 and, with space for a total of eighty works, plans to add additional sculptures over time.


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Nina Akamu, The American Horse
Hanneke Beaumont, Bronze Number 25 and 26
Louise Bourgeoise, Maman
Louise Bourgeoise, Spider
Deborah Butterfield, Cabin Creek

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Jim Dine, The Thunder
Mark di Suvero, Scarlatti
Antony Gormley, One and Other

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Keith Haring, Julia
Barbara Hepworth, Summer Dance
Richard Hunt, Column of the Free Spirit

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Dietrich Klinge, Grosser Trefree
Alexander Liberman, Aria
Jacques Lipchitz, Hagar
Aristide Maillol, Torso of Summer (Torse de l'Eté)

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Igor Mitoraj, Light of the Moon
Henry Moore, Bronze Form
Henry Moore, Working Model for Divided Oval: Butterfly

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Juan Muñoz, Broken Nose Carrying a Bottle
Manuel Neri, Odalisque IV
Louise Nevelson, Atmosphere and Environment XI

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Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen, Plantoir
Carolyn Ottmers, Full Circle
Mimmo Paladino, Tana

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Arnaldo Pomodoro, Disk in the Form of a Desert Rose
George Rickey, Four Open Squares Horizontal Gyratory--Tapered
Auguste Rodin, Eve
Bill Woodrow, Listening to History

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