Sculpture: Beauty & Bongos

On the sprawling U.C.L.A. campus this week, an audience of 500 guests from the Los Angeles area and university patrons gathered while Chancellor Franklin Murphy dedicated the campus' new 4½-acre outdoor sculpture court, which contains 27 examples of 20th century works. No other campus in the U.S. can boast one like Los Angeles'. In an outdoor setting lush with sycamore, pine, eucalyptus, jacaranda and coral trees, U.C.L.A. students can now stroll and study among Archipenko's Queen of Sheba, Calder's stabile Button Flower, four Matisse bas-reliefs, a Chadwick, Henry Moore's Reclining Figure...

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