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Another new artwork is presented on the Sasuntsi Davit Terrace of the Cafesjian Center for the Arts

May 19, 2012
Another new artwork is presented on the Sasuntsi Davit Terrace of the Cafesjian Center for the Arts,  Polished Chrome Plated Air to Air Missile. 
Installed in juxtaposition to the sculpture, Lion 2, by Korean artist Ji Yong-Ho, the two works together send a message about the environment, the human condition, and man’s responsibility for their preservation or potential destruction.
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