In 1995, the family behind the Meijer Corporation donated money, over 70 acres of land, and their entire sculpture collection to the The Michigan Botanic Garden. Soon after, the project ballooned to 158 acres and was renamed the Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park. Now internationally praised, this summer the Park showcases contemporary sculptor Masayuki Koorida with a handful of a large geometric sculptures and large-scale drawings created for his exhibition, titled Beyond Existence. While the Japanese artist has a permanent installation in the Park, this exhibition, two years in the making, is on view through August 19. $14.50/adults. $11/students and seniors. $5/children 5-13. $4/children 3-4. Free/children 2 and younger.
Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park, 1000 E. Beltline Ave. NE, Grand Rapids, MI.
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