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ART PAPERS commissioned this photo essay by David Naugle to accompany "Dead Ends," a reportage by critic Chris Fite-Wassilak appearing in our July/August 2015 issue, which revisits an ambitious industrial and sculpture park built in 1968 in southwest Atlanta. This project tracks down the minimalist masterpieces that were once displayed in the park, and have now been dispersed around the city—or have disappeared entirely.

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From the issue: An ART PAPERS video exclusive commissioned to accompany "Dead Ends," an essay by critic Chris Fite-Wassilak appearing in our July/August 2015 issue, revisits the an ambitious industrial and sculpture park built in 1968 in southwest Atlanta. Here, David Naugle's footage takes stock of minimalist works scattered around the city, their past and current surrounds, and the solitary centerpiece that remains: artist Peter Forakis' Atlanta Gateway (1967), which straddles a thoroughfare for commercial traffic.