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The satirical pieces “Free Money,” “Male Tourist,” and “Female Tourist” depict tourists taking photographs and a couple dancing on a bag of money. Deputy Mayor Steve Campbell said at the dedication ceremony, “This artwork is a great legacy for the city. The sculptures will be constant reminders of two sectors of our economy that are extremely important to our city, the arts and tourism. Plus, they’ll be great ambassadors to the thousands of visitors who come to Indianapolis every year.”
Date created: 1999
499 W. Maryland St., Indianapolis, IN, 46225
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