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Photograph of Do Ho Suh's Karma, 2010, shared by the Bird's Nest Circus Arts on Instagram

Your AK: Do Ho Suh's Karma on the Delaware Stairs

March 3, 2017

Since its installation on the Delaware Stairs in August 2012, Do Ho Suh's Karma, 2010, has been one of the most photographed works at the museum. This week we're sharing some of your recent photos of the towering sculpture. 

Suh's 23-foot-tall bronze sculpture consists of a standing man with repeating figures, each stacked on top of the shoulders and covering the eyes of the figure below, as duplicated by members of the Bird's Nest Circus Arts in the photo above. This human tower ascends with a slight backward curvature, drawing our eyes up to the sky and calling attention to ideas of individual moments, overstimulation, and the human experience.

Next time you're walking around Delaware Park, stop by to enjoy and capture Karma!

Photograph of Do Ho Suh's Karma, 2010, shared by @wdwip on Instagram

Photograph of Do Ho Suh's Karma, 2010, shared by @iamclaydavies on Instagram

Photograph of Do Ho Suh's Karma, 2010, shared by @jzx692 on Instagram

Photograph of Do Ho Suh's Karma, 2010, shared by @meristiles on Instagram

Photograph of Do Ho Suh's Karma, 2010, shared by @mshotwl on Instagram

Photograph of Do Ho Suh's Karma, 2010, shared by @spitz716 on Instagram

Photograph of Do Ho Suh's Karma, 2010, shared by @easironephoto on Instagram

We plan to keep sharing photos from you, our visitors, in the future. Please use the hashtag #albrightknox when posting photos of the Albright-Knox if you'd like to be considered. (We'll always double check with you for permission before posting.)

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