Missouri Botanical Garden - Niki 2008

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From April 27 through October 31 2008, the Garden welcomes the passionate pop art of Niki in the Garden, an exhibition of 40 playful, larger-than-life mosaic sculptures in a rainbow of colors and materials. Gathered from around the world, and placed throughout the garden and Climatron, Niki works include nanas, animals, heroes, and totems, ranging from four to 18 feet tall. Some weigh a ton or more, such as the amazing six-ton skull.

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On Guide: n20 Sculpture: Miles Davis Location: Cohen Amphitheater In 1998, Niki began work on a series of Black Hero sculptures, paying tribute to prominent… Go to Episode

How Did Tarot Influence Niki?

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On Guide: n21 Sculpture: Star Fountain Location: Climatron Two sculptures in this exhibitionStar Fountain and Arbres Serpent (n2)are closely related to… Go to Episode

Why did Niki create smaller pieces?

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On Guide: n21 Sculpture: Oiseau amoreux Location: Climatron Niki was prolific in her production of large-scale sculpture and entire environments of art.… Go to Episode

Who is Niki?

April 29th, 2008

On Guide: n2 Sculpture: Arbres Serpent Location: Spoehrer Plaza Catherine Marie-Agnes de Saint Phalle was born in 1930 to an aristocratic family in France… Go to Episode