Black Sun (sculpture)
Black Sun is a 1969 sculpture by Isamu Noguchi located in Seattle, Washington's Volunteer Park. The statue is situated on the eastern edge of the park's man-made reservoir, across from the Seattle Asian Art Museum. The view from the sculpture includes the Space Needle, Olympic Mountains, and Elliott Bay.
|Dimensions||2.7 m diameter (9 ft)|
|Owner||City of Seattle|
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- Official Noguchi site
- Seattle - Arts - Public Art - Parks
- Black Sun, (sculpture) at the Smithsonian Institution
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