‘Corporate Presence’ in downtown Richmond


'Corporate Presence' sculpture at the James Center in downtown RichmondWHAT: ‘Corporate Presence’ sculpture at the James Center in downtown Richmond, Virginia.

LOCATION: 10th and East Cary Streets in the brick walkway entrance to the James Center.

ARTIST: David Phillips.

DEDICATION: May 13, 1985.

DESCRIPTION: Three part assemblages of a bronze briefcase, calculator and fedora molded each with a different colored patina.

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Happy 25th birthday to this sculpture! The three items are placed inconspicuously on a brick wall to allow the illusion that the items are real. Fedoras are back in style, which makes it a little more cute. I wonder if Mechanicsville’s own Jason Mraz has seen this public art?

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