The City of Tacoma has just rediscovered a large bronze sculpture by Chinese artist Hai Ying Wu that was made in 1996 for the Chinese Reconciliation Park but instead spent two decades in storage. Now, thanks to curator Joseph Govednik, it has been resurrected at the Foss Waterway Seaport, where it will be unveiled in a public event Sunday. The piece will remain on loan to the Foss for a few months before eventually finding a permanent home along Tacoma’s future Prairie Line Trail.

Read more about this sculpture from The News Tribune here.

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