In the Yellowstone Art Museum, a strange sculpture “Karma”

In the morning, in the courtyard of the Yellowstone Art Museum, an unusual sculpture called “Karma” was erected, which was created by the world famous Korean artist Do Ho Suhom.

23 feet in height and weighing 1,470 pounds of bronze and copper and steel. Karma Hu Suha is a statement about the tension of generations that arises from the good and evil deeds of our ancestors and how the responsibility of the past rests on the shoulders of those present in the present, says Robin G. Peterson, executive director at the Yellowstone Art Museum.

Peterson said that the sculpture was temporarily donated by an anonymous benefactor and will be exhibited in the courtyard of the museum for about three months.

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