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Reunion was created in 1992 as a model for a larger Reunion sculpture now located in Kitakyushu, Japan. Originally made in balsa wood and foam core, it was later cast in bronze.
Originally, Reunion was located outside of the Indiana State Museum when the Museum was located at 202 N. Alabama Street, Indianapolis. The sculpture then moved to the original Herron School of Art location at 16th and Pennsylvania in Indianapolis. When Eskenazi Hall for the Herron School of Art was constructed in
Date created: 1992
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