|"Pieces Together" by Lawrence Argent|
MLK Hospital main entrance
"Pieces Together" shows facial images from the Willowbrook community, with a swirling spiral on the reverse as "a single breath that unites all voices into one." These themes emerged from Argent's community outreach that utilized three-dimensional data scans of his interview participants' lips.
[more about Lawrence Argent's approach and vision]
|"A Healing Home" by Dominique Moody|
Outpatient Center Lobby
collage inside the new Outpatient Center is
more understated. Yet the intimate charm
of each collage's framed "visual narrative"
of persons and places draws in viewers to
this showcase of tangible and compelling
For "A Healing Home"
Moody assembled nine separately titled
collages using reclaimed redwood, found
| Photo Image of |
Martin Luther King, Jr.
photographs printed on glass.
[more about Dominique Moody's approach and vision]
Other public art at and around MLK Hospital:
Martin Luther King, Jr. (photographic image)
10-foot by 6-foot transparent photographic glass panel
Location: exterior entrance, Outpatient Center,
1670 E. 120th Street, Willowbrook, Los Angeles
southwest building façade, King Drew Magnet High School,
1601 E. 120th Street, Willowbrook, Los Angeles
Public Art "Hide-n-Seek"
mounted on freeway support pillars,
11611 Willowbrook Ave., Los Angeles
Public Art "Pathways to Freedom"
|"Rev. King, Jr. and Dr. Drew"|
King Drew Magnet
|"Hide-n-Seek" by JoeSam|
|"Pathways to Freedom" by |
Massenburg and Strayhorn