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This artwork was originally a temporary piece, placed as part of a sculpture exhibition that was seen on the length of Mass Ave. At the end of the exhibition, the artist gave it to Dean Johnson Design, the business located immediately behind it. Since then, Dean Johnson has been renamed Axiomport and moved away from the Mass Ave Cultural District; the artwork, however, has remained. It is still considered a temporary installation.
The forms of Honor Guard aptly recall a soldier standing at
Medium type: Steel
Date created: 2001
646 Mass Avenue, Indianapolis, IN, 46204
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