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A 45-foot-tall sculpture of a nude woman may become a regular sight at the National Mall beginning in November.If approved by the National Park Service, the giant figure, known as R-Evolution, would be moved from the artist’s space in San Francisco to Washington, D.Moving, installing and insuring the sculpture will cost about 0,000 dollars, and though organizers have managed to cover some of the expenses through private donations, they are still trying to raise ,000 dollars through public donations.The NPS approves art exhibitions that are “consistent with the mission” of the national park where they are located, according to the service’s website.Cochrane said the figure’s position reflects a strong, resolute response to assaults on women’s rights.“The position that the sculpture is in I think is really perfect as a response to what I experience as a pretty aggressive assault on women’s rights and things that have to do with women,” Cochrane said.Sanam Emami, organizer and spokeswoman for Catharsis on the Mall, said he hoped R-Evolution would promote reflection and dialogue among people from different physical and cultural backgrounds and characteristics.“I hope by having R-Evolution on the National Mall for four months, all of our communities are inspired to cultivate art, healing and critical social dialogue among women, and people, of all bodies, ages, races, religions, gender, abilities and sexual orientations,” Emami said in a news release.

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Since 2015, this annual gathering has featured art exhibits, lectures, discussions, live music and workshops related to social justice.According to Julia Whitelaw, Cochrane’s assistant, the artist wants the viewer to experience an emotional connection with the figure.Titled “Nurturing the Heart,” this year’s Catharsis on the Mall organizers aim to soothe political tensions that emerged in recent years, particularly since the 2016 presidential election, regarding gender equality, LGBTQ and civil rights, among a range of other social issues. 10 to 13, the organizers hope for R-Evolution to remain standing until March to encourage ongoing reflection on the rights and liberties of women.C., and given the current president and some of the things he said about women, I think it’s going to probably be more politically charged,” Whitelaw said.

Pablo Picasso was born on October 25, 1881, in Málaga, Spain.In 1900, Pablo Picasso's first exhibition took place in Barcelona, and in the fall of the same year he visited Paris for the first time.It was in Paris where he observed the paintings of Edouard Manet, Gustave Courbet, and Henri Toulouse-Lautrec.Negotiations with the NPS are still in progress, according to Robert Haferd, Catharsis on the Mall board member and attorney, in an undated news release.