The Well (2014): The installation of a 13-foot-tall bronze piece by Enrique Martínez Celaya heralds a re-imagining of the arts at the university.
The Well, unveiled in a ceremony Aug. 24, is the latest example of the university’s commitment to art in public spaces. With it, USC celebrates a new era of public art.
The unveiling was hosted by USC’s President, Dr. Carol Folt. Other attendees were Selma Holo, Director of the Fisher Museum of Art, Mei-Lee Ney, collector and philanthropist, and Enrique Martinez Celaya himself
The Well is permanently installed in front of the Fisher Museum of Art at the University of Southern California. The Fisher was the first art museum in Los Angeles.