Art.Net: Gallery: New Guinea Sculpture Garden @ Stanford: Acknowledgements


The New Guinea Sculpture Garden Project continues Stanford's commitment to cultivating significant works of outdoor art for the enrichment of the entire Bay Area region; a commitment that has produced such renowned installations as the B. Gerald Cantor Rodin Sculpture Garden, Josef Albers' wall, Miro's Oiseau and George Segal's Gay Liberation.

This project is the first to open the outdoor art and landscape design of the Stanford campus to expressions from non-western artists and designers.

The project has been made possible through the encouragement and generosity of the National Endowment for the Arts, National Museum of Papua New Guinea, Chevron Corporation, Papua New Guinea Tourism Promotion Authority, Christensen Fund, Air Niugini, Bechtel Group, South Pacific InterLine, Community Foundation of Santa Clara, the Friede family, the Anderman family, and various anonymous donors.