Mark di Suvero
American Abstract Expressionist Sculptor born 1933. Born in Shanghai, China and educated at the University of California, Berkeley in philosophy.
Are Years What? Dreamcatcher Figolu Huru Magma Mother Peace Old Buddy Pax Jerusalemme Sea Change Tumbleweed Will
Are Years What? (For Marianne Moore), 1967, Painted Steel

On loan from the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution. This 14.5 ton sculpture was one of the first made by di Suvero using Steel I-beams. "What Are Years?" a poem by Marianne Moore that ends with a captive bird who sings with enjoyment despite its confinement.

Dreamcatcher 2005-12, Steel, Mark di Suvero, Artist

From the collection of the artist. The sculpture resembles an old navigational tool yet moves in response to wind.

Figolu 2005-2011 by Mark di Suvero

Painted Steel with Steel Buoys. Part of a SFMOMA On The Go Exhibition. On display in Crissy Field, San Francisco, California.

Huru 1984-85, Steel, Mark di Suvero Artist

SFMOMA On The Go, Collection of Carol McKegney, Crissy Field, San Francisco, California. Huru is an Australian aboriginal word that means both "hello" and "goodbye."

Magma 2008-12 Steel, Mark Di Suvero Artist

From the Collection Of The Artist, Part of SFMOMA On The Go located on Crissy Field, San Francisco, California.

Mother Peace 1969-70, Mark di Suvero Artist

On loan from the Storm King Art Center, Mountainville, New York a gift of the Ralph E Ogdon Foundation, Inc. Part of SFMOMA On The Go, Crissy Field, San Francisco, California

Old Buddy (For Rosko), 1993-95, Painted Steel, Mark di Suvero

Named as a tribute to the artist's dog, Old Buddy (For Rosco).

Pax Jerusalemme

Pax Jerusalemme 1999, by Mark di Suvero. In the parking lot of the California Palace of the Legion of Honor.

Sea Change

Sea Change 1978, by Mark di Suvero. On display in South Beach Park, San Francisco, California


Tumbleweed 1987, by Mark di Suvero. On display in the San Diego Museum of Art in Balboa Park.

Will 1994, Steel, Mark di Suvero, Artist

On loan from the Doris and Donald Fisher Collection.

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