KPMG Plaza’s Free Museum

BY KATELYN LUNDERS | D MAGAZINE | –

You may be used to seeing construction workers scaling Dallas skyscrapers, but the seven cast aluminum men in KPMG Plaza’s sculpture garden don’t go home at the end of the day. These life-size figures are part of a site-specific art installation titled PATHS, by Icelandic sculptor Steinunn Thórarinsdóttir. Contemporary art is essential to developer Craig Hall’s designs. And while he quietly sold the KPMG Plaza in May to support future projects, Hall still owns the 25 art pieces in and around the building that took the long-gestating project to new heights.

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