Ann Arbor, Michigan: See No Evil

25-foot-high pseudo-marble squeezed human head with two disembodied hands covering its eyes. Officially titled, "Behind the Walls." Unveiled in Nov. 2020.

University of Michigan Museum of Art

525 S. State St., Ann Arbor, MI
On the east side of S. State St., just north of its intersection with S. University Ave. The head is visible from the street, but set back in front of the entrance to the Frankel Wing of the University of Michigan Museum of Art.
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Artist Jaume Plensa's big head plays peek-a-boo with visitors to UMMA, the University of Michigan Museum of Art. Stop in the museum if you have time.

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Officially named "Behind the Walls," the 25-foot-high head was permanently installed outside the Museum in November.

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