Al Green Sculpture Park, Behind 33 Davisville
On a gloomy, windswept Sunday afternoon, the figures among the shadows stand starkly, almost sadly, against an autumn backdrop of naked trees and fallen leaves. At Al Green Sculpture Park, odd, twisted pieces of bronze and steel appear here and there, forlornly, fighting each other for space. They're all big works representing big ideas - Homage To Higher Power, Tree Of Learning, Source 1 - in a condo-cluttered patch of well-to-do midtown. Al Green is all at once a graveyard for corporate largesse (most of the pieces were commissioned by Greenwin Developments, which owns the nearby buildings) and a haunting tribute to some of this city's most avant-garde sculptors of the 60s and 70s. Be careful not to trip over the empty spaces while contemplating these figures.