nyc. manhattan. west village. gay liberation monument by george segal.

george segal gay liberation

the gay liberation monument is located in christopher park, next to the famous stonewall in, where the gay rights movement started.

it consists of four sculptures -a male and a female couple- which were created by pop artist george segal, who is best known for this kind of life-sized plaster cast sculptures.

more information: http://www.nycgovparks.org/parks/christopherpark/monuments/575

christoper park is at the intersection of west 4th street, christopher street and grove street in manhattan’s west village.

related: george segal's "3 figures and 4 benches" at the sydney and walda bestoff sculpture garden in new orleans and a snapshot of one of his sculptures at art.cologe in germany.
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3 thoughts on “nyc. manhattan. west village. gay liberation monument by george segal.

  1. After visiting the Stonewall Inn, across Christopher Street, the Gay Liberation Monument is an important stop on our Gay Village Walking Tour [http://walkaboutny.com/the-tours/gay-village-walking-tour/], during which we highlight the places and people in The Village who are part of the LGBT community. Take the Tour; Know More!

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