Father and Son fountain Artist Louise Bourgeois’ Olympic Sculpture Park Seattle

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Artist Louise Bourgeois’ Father and Son is a fountain at Olympic Sculpture Park in Seattle – just off Alaskan Way. The fountain is right next door to Pier 70 – former home of The Real World in Seattle – current home to AQUA by El Gaucho. It features a man I assume teaching his son to swim / dive while both are nude. Official description of the work doesn’t agree with my assumption.

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