Franz West – “The Unconscious”
Franz West kicked open the art world door in Vienna during the “Activist Movement,” wherein artists attempted radical and disruptive political activism. I’m going to say West has gotten over that phase. This 18-foot aluminum sculpture on the corner of Wilshire and Beverly has more of an Oh, the Places You’ll Go! effect than a political charge.
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