Man With a Briefcase
The man who wasn't there.
Man with a briefcase
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This 50-foot-tall, 24,000-pound brushed aluminum plated icon of a businessman holding a briefcase has towered over Burnett Park since 2002. The sculpture captures the essence of worldwide business culture and is the work of artist Jonathan Borofsky. What it means that the Man With a Briefcase, is in fact there only in his absence, is for the viewer to decide.
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June 14, 2016
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