|Submitted By||Brian Higgins|
|Description||This poster was of a sculpture in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York that I shot in 2009. This sculpture is an early Roman piece and exemplifies a culture of rich knowledge and aesthetic that is based in democracy and public citizenship. It too is a celebration of the human form and the human experience and is about the freedom of voting and the intrinsic value and visceral response that is attained from the act.|
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