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The Makers Monument

Artist

Mark Reigelman https://www.markreigelman.com/

Description:

The Short North Arts District is now home to the most significant public art installation in the City of Columbus’ history called “The Makers Monument.” “The Makers Monument” is a new sculpture installation by Ohio-born and New York-based artist Mark Reigelman. The 20’ tall crystalline sculpture is site specific, inspired... Read more

The Short North Arts District is now home to the most significant public art installation in the City of Columbus’ history called “The Makers Monument.” “The Makers Monument” is a new sculpture installation by Ohio-born and New York-based artist Mark Reigelman. The 20’ tall crystalline sculpture is site specific, inspired by and perforated with the shapes of items that have been made in Columbus throughout Columbus’ history. A celebration of the great makers in our City, “The Makers Monument” showcases how Columbus is a city of great people making great things. “The Makers Monument” was funded by the City of Columbus Capital Budget and through contributions from property owners in the Short North Special Improvement District.

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Sculpture
Address:

815 N High St
Columbus, OH 43215
Franklin County
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