Cage, 1971

Cage was one of Raimondi’s first monumental sculptures that he came to call “Cages and Castles,” Cage refers to arrangements of slats used to enclose spaces, and castles to the vertical thrust achieved by turret of steeple shapes. Cage won a sculpture competition judged by the famed sculptor Cement Meadmore and was exhibited on Boston’s City Hall Plaza from April to June in 1971.

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