Mark Di Suvero
At Governors State University, art is fundamental to human life. GSU is not an art school, but we better fulfill our mission as a comprehensive public university by our conscious commitment to the artistic experience.
"Yes! For Lady Day" by Mark di Suvero offers a severed, suspended tank cart swaying in the breeze. The shape and noise that comes from the swaying harken back to the tragic end of the piece's namesake, Billie Holiday.
UNIVERSITY PARK | "Yes! For Lady Day," a towering landmark sculpture on the campus of Governors State University was repaired Tuesday following damage from gale-force winds in October.
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