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The History Of Public Transit Art ... In Los Angeles
"Weary commuters arising from the depths of the Civic Center Red Line station are greeted by Samm Kunce's Under the Living Rock, a 160-foot curved wall depicting a classical hanging garden of Venetian glass and striated granite. An uplifting passage from Ovid's Metamorphoses, etched into black granite ribbon, may well soothe the harried soul." Los Angeles Times 01/06/13
Posted January 6, 2013 08:57 PM




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