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|Type||steel, concrete, brick|
|Dimensions||300 cm × 150 cm × 150 cm (120 in × 60 in × 60 in)|
|Location||Sixth District Police Station, Milwaukee, Wisconsin|
|Owner||City of Milwaukee|
Untitled is a public art work by sculptor Narendra Patel, located on the south side of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. A circular base of concrete and bricks supports a triangular steel abstract sculpture painted in the primary colors of yellow, red and blue. The center of the sculpture is cut through to create a circular form of negative space. The sculpture is sited directly in front of the rounded facade of the Sixth District Police Station.
- Celebrating the Arts
- Save Outdoor Sculpture, Milwaukee Survey (1994). "Untitled (sculpture)". Inventory of American Sculpture. Smithsonian Institution. Retrieved 13 February 2013.
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