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About The Poydras Corridor Sculpture Exhibition presented by The Helis Foundation

Sculpture for New Orleans began shortly after Hurricane Katrina by artist and curator Michael Manjarris with the mission of lifting the spirits of the people of New Orleans through public art and to provide local and regional artists the opportunity to show in a public venue. In cooperation with the Ogden Museum of Southern Art and The City of New Orleans Department of Parks and Parkways, the Poydras Corridor Sculpture Exhibition presented by The Helis Foundation was launched in January of 2013. The project is entirely underwritten by The Diana Helis Henry and The Adrienne Helis Malvin Art Funds of The Helis Foundation.

SFNO Poydras Street Corridor: Currently on View

Approaching from Lake Pontchartrain side to Mississippi River side

1. Funnel Tunnel, 2015
Patrick Renner (Texas)
Wood and Steel
Poydras Street/South Claiborne Avenue

2. Stairway to the Stars,
Mark diSuvero (New York)
Steel
Poydras Street/South Claiborne Avenue

3. Foci, 2010
Chakaia Booker (New York)
Recycled Tire and Stainless Steel
Poydras Street/Clara Street

4. SHEILA (The Pink Bunny), 2013
Grendel’s Mother (Maryland)
Poydras Street/Magnolia Street (in front of Superdome)

5. Ourglass, 1999-2014
Dean Ruck (Connecticut)
Steel and 400 Mirrors from Military Surplus Jeeps
Poydras Street/Loyola Avenue

6. Savoy, 1990-2001
Martin Payton (Louisiana)
Painted Steel
Poydras Street/Loyola Avenue

7. VOLPANG, 2015*
David Borgerding (Louisiana)
Fabricated Bronze
Poydras Street/Penn Street

8. Crossroads, 2013
Greer Farris (Arkansas)
Welded Chrome Plated Steel
Poydras Street/Baronne Street

9. Standing Vase with Five Flowers, 2010*
James Surls (Colorado)
Bronze and Stainless Steel
Poydras Street (between Carondelet Street and St. Charles Avenue)

10. Octet, 2014*
Lin Emery (Louisiana)
Polished Aluminum
Poydras Street/St. Charles Avenue (in front of Pan American Life building)

11. Gymnast, 1990-1991*
Enrique Alferez (Louisiana)
Bronze
Poydras Street/St. Charles Avenue (Camp Street side)

12. Kendall Island, 2014
Carole Feuerman (New York)
Oil Painted Resin
Poydras Street/Camp Street (between Camp Street and Magazine Street)

13. Yaima and The Ball, 2014
Carole Feuerman (New York)
Oil Painted Resin
Poydras Street/Magazine Street

14. Nethership, 1997-2013
Ed Wilson (Texas)
Steel Poydras Street/South Peters Street

15. Zach’s Tower, 2007
John Henry (Texas)
Painted Steel
Poydras Street/Convention Center Boulevard (in front of Harrah’s)

16. David, 2009
Boaz Vaadia (Gat Ramon, Israel)
Bronze and Blue Stone
Poydras Street/Convention Center Boulevard *A part of The Helis Foundation Collection

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