Public Art
PUBLIC ART

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Henry Segerstrom was a patron of the creative arts, including sculpture, architecture, and visual arts.

But while he had a significant private art collection, when he died there was no talk of creating a museum to display his collection. That’s because the vast majority of the great works Segerstrom commissioned are already part of the community and available to the public.

From Isamu Noguchi’s California Scenario to Richard Serra’s

Connector, the parks, office buildings and arts plazas around South Coast Plaza serve as an al fresco museum open to all. Add in the great works of design and architecture that rise among the individual works of art, and it is apparent that Henry Segerstrom’s public museum of art and culture is everywhere.

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