Some of Tom’s recent commissions have been—Another World, San Jose, CA, Wild Life, Connell, WA, the Silver Tower Playground, 42nd St. between 11th and 12th Avenues, NYC, and an installation in Seoul, South Korea. Other commissioned public art projects include the United States courthouses in Minneapolis and Sacramento, an extensive installation at the Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller Park in Battery Park City, and Life Underground in multiple areas of the MTA 14th Street A-C-E-L subway station in New York City. In 2004, Tom Otterness’ renowned sculpture, Head was included in the newly renovated Museum of Modern Art Sculpture Garden in New York City. Installed along the North Sea near The Hague, The Netherlands is Otterness’ large-scale installation for the Beelden aan Zee Museum in Scheveningen. This project includes some of his largest bronzes to date, including, Harringeter (Herring Eater) which stands forty-five feet creating a striking silhouette against the Dutch horizon. Sculptures by Tom Otterness are in the collections of numerous museums including The Museum of Modern Art in New York, Whitney Museum of American Art in New York and Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh, among others. In 2006-2007, Otterness had one-person exhibitions at Marlborough Gallery in Monaco and New York. His newest one-person exhibition opens at Marlborough Gallery on February 23, 2011. Otterness hails from Wichita, Kansas and has been a New York resident since the 1970s. He works from a studio in the Gowanus section Brooklyn.