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A Sculptor Brings A Musical Aesthetic to Public Art

Philadelphia-based artist Raphael Ferrer gave up a career in jazz to become a visual artist. He has just completed a sculpture in Fairhill Square Park. He tell Terry Gross about his unique aesthetic and his particular investment in vibrant Latino neighborhoods thriving in blighted areas of the Bronx and Philadelphia.

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Other segments from the episode on June 7, 1982

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, June 7, 1982: Interview with Raphael Ferrer; Interview with Rosalie Sorrels.

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