“This Is The Place Monument by Mahonri Young is about as popular as public art gets in Utah …
Forgotten are the politics, money, controversy, and conflict that surrounded the monument’s development during the 1940s. “If past public projects now seem pacific and universally accepted, it is only because their initial conflicts have been eclipsed or repressed,” writes Maureen Sherlock in Sculpture magazine . . .”
READ Frank McEntire’s article on Public Art HERE.