PUBLIC ART LOS ANGELES STATUE
Flight of Europe sculpture 1968 by Paul Howard Manship (1885 -1966) at the intersection of Sunset and Vine in Hollywood.
The Friendship Knot sculpture at Weller Court a symbol of unity between two cultures 1972 by Shinkichi Tajiri. In memory of Dr. Morinosuke Kajima 1981 from the friends of Little Tokyo Arts.
Go For Broke monument 1999 by sculptor Roger Yanagita in Little Tokyo remembering and honoring the courage and ingenuity of Japanese-American soldiers during World War II.
Harmony mixed media art piece 1996 by Nancy Uyemura | Casa Heiwa Public Housing at 231 East 3rd Street.
Hollywood Gateway sculpture 1993 by Karl West located at the intersection of Hollywood Boulevard + La Brea Avenue. Featuring the actresses and movie stars Dolores Del Rio, Anna Mae Wong, Mae West and Dorothy Dandridge.
To The Issei basalt stone sculpture 1979 by sculptor Isamu Noguchi at JACCC Los Angeles.
Colonel Ellison Shoji Onizuka Memorial a reinforced fiberglass scale model 1990 by Isao Hirai 1986-01-28 the NASA space shuttle Challenger exploded 72 seconds after lift-off, killing all seven astronauts aboard.
Phoenix a red steel sculpture 1974 by sculptor Alexander Liberman at LACMA 5905 Wilshire Blvd. Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
Wall of Brass Police memorial 2008 designed by Gensler Architects for the L.A.P.D. Headquarters.
Tomahawk an ax like sculpture, initially created in 1983 by Gary Lloyd to cover the transmitter of his pirate radio station 4D-KAXE in downtown Los Angeles. Steel frame wrapped with polyester and wire, covered with coins.
Toppling Ladder with spilling Paint 1986 by Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen on the campus of Loyola Law School.
Ulysses white steel sculpture 1987 by Alexander Libermann at Hope + 4th Street on Bunker Hill.
Vortex Plaza 2002 by artists Joel Breaux + B.J. Krivanek | Representation of the 911 Emergency Call in front of the former Los Angeles Police Department HQ.
Uptown Rocker sculpture 1986 by Lloyd Hamrol.