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Dangos​​

 

 

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ARTIST:   Jun Kaneko
DATE:   1991
LOCATION:  Phoenix Sky Harbor Rental Car Center
TYPE:   Airport
MATERIALS:   Ceramic
BUDGET:   $225,000
DISTRICT:   8
ZIP CODE:   ​85034​


Originally sited at the Sky Harbor Airport Terminal-4 Ticketing level, these iconic sculptures have now been relocated to the main lobby area of the Rental Car Center. Kaneko created a series of ten “dangos", a set of five at each waiting area.  These 5'6" tall, kiln fired ceramic sculptures have been hand painted by the artist.  They are 1'6" in diameter.  “Dango" is the Japanese word for dumpling.