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VandenBerg (Calder) Plaza

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The VandenBerg Plaza, commonly referred to as the Calder Plaza because of the presence of Alexander Calder's La Grande Vitesse, a stabile created for the people of Grand Rapids. The plaza is a large open area that serves as the campus for city, county, and federal government buildings.

Visitor Amenities
  • Free Public Restrooms: No
  • Free Public Parking: No
  • Physically Accessible: Yes

2014 Entries hosted at this Venue

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God Bless America

Darryl Lauster
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The 2008 Candidate

Samuel Fleming Lewis
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teen sculptor Austen Drake Brantley

Austen Brantley
  • Three-Dimensional
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Dewdrop to Scorched Earth

Emeka Ikebude
  • Two-Dimensional
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No Place Like Home

Cudelice Brazelton
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Out of the Blue

Joan Marie Kowal
  • Three-Dimensional
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The State of Affairs

Natalia Ludmila
  • Two-Dimensional
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On The Fence

J Arthur Sanders
  • Two-Dimensional
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Atis Rezistans

Celeur Jean Herard
  • Three-Dimensional
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Ghetto Biennale

Racine Polycarpe
  • Three-Dimensional
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Moments Eternal

Carol A. Johnson
  • Two-Dimensional
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I Love My Beautiful Brain!

Jerry Berta
  • Three-Dimensional
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In The Hood - Portraits of African American Professionals Wearing a Hoodie

Cesar Conde
  • Two-Dimensional
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All My Relations

Jason Quigno
  • Three-Dimensional
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"Crime and Punishment"

Derrick Hollowell
  • Two-Dimensional
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