Mourning Francisco González Gragera, creator of Capricho de Cotrina

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Emeryville Mud Flats (AKA Driftwood sculptures - Tidal Flats)

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  • Location:

    Oakland, California, USA (Map)

  • Status:

    Non Extant

  • Materials:

    beer cans, driftwood, found objects, tires, toys

About the Artist/Site

Hundreds of anonymous sculptures on the ocean (bay) side of the Oakland - Berkeley Freeway at Emeryville. 1960-1980’s. Mud flats from driftwood, discarded tires, broken toys, beer cans, jugs and other rubbish — treasures of pop art, and readily come by because a high proportion of bay debris washes up there. Destroyed by bureacratic design. Time Magazine article 1984.

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Map and site information

Not Exact Address
Oakland, California, United States
Latitude/Longitude: 37.830996 / -122.285421

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