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Where's That Smoking Train?

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It seems we're in a bit of a Golden Age for public sculpture, or so says The New York Times. The paper cites Jeff Koons as the progenitor of the trend, and ticks off some of the great public art around the world. London, New York, Chicago - but where is LA? Will our Koons-designed giant dangling train be LA's great work of public art? And, uhm, where is it? "We are waiting on the final feasibility report, then after we will proceed to the engineering study," a rep for LACMA tells Curbed. Any timeline? "Not at the moment." [NY Times]

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