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Published on June 11, 2023
New Sculpture on Yerba Buena Island is so Huge that it is Visible from San Francisco

Japanese artist Hiroshi Sugimoto's new sculpture, "Point of Infinity," has been installed on a hilltop on Yerba Buena Island, acting as a massive sundial so tall that the Federal Aviation Administration had to approve it. The 69-foot stainless steel work was commissioned under the Treasure Island Art Program run by the San Francisco Arts Commission. Despite ongoing legal disputes surrounding housing development projects in the area, new infrastructure and attractions continue to be added to promote these islands as an eventual destination. Visible from various points in San Francisco and the Bay Bridge, the striking sculpture, costing $2 million, is expected to be open to the public in the fall. Continue reading on SFist →

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