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Ebbets Field

Ebbets Field

About the Exhibition

Jeffrey Owen Brosk (b.1947, New York City, NY) created a massive sculpture to commemorate the place where, as a child, he went to see the Brooklyn Dodgers play. Robert McMillan of the New Yorker said, “Ebbets Field echoes the sculptor’s feelings of sunlight and space he enjoyed as a boy upon entering the long-gone Dodger’s Stadium.” The piece consists of a series of deep gray, rough surface slabs strung out at varying intervals and connected by two contrastingly bright red channel beams.


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