Papua New Guinea Sculpture Garden, Stanford (March 2020)

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During this coronavirus time, as Stanford campus is empty of people...

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...its Papua New Guinea Sculpture Garden is more than ever a source of inspiration, reminding us of the human condition.

[The stone and wood statues were carved in 1994 by two groups of Papuan who traveled to Stanford from the Sepik river region in PNG.]

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[The creator of this wood statue was inspired by The Thinker bronze statue of Rodin exposed in Stanford′s Cantor Museum.]

 

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