Home to the most significant collection of Spanish art outside of Spain, The Meadows Museum at SMU will soon be another addition to this collection.
“Wave” by Santiago Calatrava is a giant, breathtaking sculpture, and it happens to be the artist’s first large-scale work to be permanently installed in the United States. “Wave” was inspired by the shape of a DNA double helix. The bronze bars holding the creation together are put together so seamlessly, it really is a sight to see.
If you’re not yet convinced, watch this video. It shows the sculpture in motion, and it’s, well…incredible.
The sculpture will be on permanent display, but why not see this work or art sooner rather than later?