Far from a daily grind for Kimpton GM Capalbo

“Celeste, our unique 25-foot sculpture, helps fill what would otherwise be a somewhat bare turning circle in front of our entrance - and it provides a highly popular background for selfies,” said Joe Capalbo, general manager of the 237-room Kimpton Hotel Marlowe in Cambridge, Massachusetts. “We are named after 16th century poet and playwright Christopher Marlowe. So, art association is really suitable,” Capalbo said. “Some of our interior wall art shows exploration themes by metaphorical realist Vladimir Kush. For the statue, recycled steampunk artist, ModVic, used mainly reclaimed metals, steel and gears to represent a fusion of art and machine, a marriage…
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