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another kind of growth (Cole Sternberg)

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another kind of growth, 2018

Cole Sternberg (presented by IF Foundation)

February 2018 – February 2019

Kings Road Park (1000 Kings Road, West Hollywood)

another kind of growth, by artist Cole Sternberg, is a delicate, figurative cast bronze sapling, standing at approximately 84-inches high. Vulnerable against the surrounding, semi-tropical green-scape, another kind of growth illustrates the fragility of our environment against overwhelming obstacles and pollution.

The artist’s goal with this artwork is to inspire awareness and gratitude for nature, while acting as a reminder that uniformed urban development results in the destruction of the earth’s most precious natural resources. another kind of growth echoes West Hollywood’s fearless, sometimes, solitary support for the arts, defense of the environment and advocacy for inclusion; issues that intimidate other cities of lesser mettle.

IF Innovation Foundation supports experimental interventions that respond to the complexities of urban space and fosters artistic excellence and innovation. Responding to the dramatic shifts in the landscape of contemporary art, IF explores new boundaries, platforms and initiatives that bring new art to new audiences and shift perspectives that effect the cultural dialogue. Based in Los Angeles, Producer, and Curator Lauri Firstenberg (Founder of LA><ART) and Producer and co-curator, Jessica Rich inspire the production and exhibition of art and culture as an agent of change.

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For questions, contact Rebecca Ehemann, Public Art Coordinator at (323) 848-6846 or For people who are deaf or hard of hearing, please call, TTY: (323) 848-6496. To learn more information about the City of West Hollywood and its arts programs visit