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Pratt Sculpture Park is a Clinton Hill treasure

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June 21, 2017 By Lore Croghan Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Welcome to Pratt Sculpture Park, where works including “Brickhead: Yemanja” by James Tyler are on display. Eagle photos by Lore Croghan

Here’s looking at you, kid.

At one end of the lawn, a massive head gazes serenely at visitors. It’s a sculpture called “Brickhead: Yemanja.”  

At another end of the lawn, an equally massive work called “Leucantha” gives folks the eye.  

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James Tyler is the artist who designed the first sculpture. The second is Philip Grausman’s creation.

They can be found outdoors at Pratt Institute in Clinton Hill.

Pratt Sculpture Park, as it’s called, is open to the public. It is spread across the 25-acre campus, which is located at 200 Willoughby Ave.

From time to time, new works are added and some are switched out.


These pix show some of the eye-catching works we saw on a recent visit.

 


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