Cass Corridor artist Robert Sestok's City Sculpture art park nears completion

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Cass Corridor-era artist Robert Sestok has been hard at working prepping City Sculpture, an art park displaying his large-scale sculpture work dating back to the 1980s. While a firm public opening date hasn't been announced yet, we're told it should be soon.

In addition to the work of Sestok, the park will also host rotating exhibitions and visiting artists' work.



You can check out the progress yourself at 955 W. Alexandrine St., Detroit. here are some recent shots of its construction — learn more about the project at citysculpture.org.

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COURTESY OF CITYSCULPTURE.ORG
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COURTESY OF CITYSCULPTURE.ORG
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COURTESY OF CITYSCULPTURE.ORG
  • Courtesy of citysculpture.org


Staff writer Lee DeVito opines weekly on arts and culture for the Detroit Metro Times.

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