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Melania Trump unveils a sculpture installation at the White House
With her time as first lady coming to an end by January, first lady Melania Trump is making more additions to the White House. Melania recently unveiled a sculpture installation in the revamped Rose Garden.
The first lady unveiled a sculpture installation by Asian-American artist Isamu Noguchi, his 1962 piece titled “Floor Frame.” The sculpture will be found on the east terrace of the Rose Garden, which Melania revamped several months back in time for the Republican Convention. With this installation, Noguchi now happens to be the first Asian-American artist featured in the White House collection, and his work was gifted to the White House back in March this year.
According to a White House statement, Noguchi envisioned his work to be placed on the ground as a way of reconnecting viewers to the planet. The sculpture is also said to compliment the authority in the Oval Office with its design.
“I am excited to announce the installation of Floor Frame to the newly restored White House Rose Garden,” said the first lady. “This sculpture not only showcases diversity within our Nation’s finest art but it also highlights the beautiful contributions of Asian American artists to the landscape of our country.”
Melania also shared photos of her unveiling of the sculpture on Twitter. The first lady has also gotten to begin decorating the executive residence in time for the Christmas season, her last time as the country’s first lady. Melania tweeted a preview of what the White House would look like for Christmas, including bringing in an 18.5-foot Fraser fir tree that will arrive next week.
However, her tweet sparked backlash from many users on social media, who pointed out the comments she made towards having to decorate the executive residence for the holiday. The users referenced the recordings of her made by former aide Stephanie Winston Wolkoff.
Other users pointed out her husband’s refusal to concede to Joe Biden after losing the recent elections. Another user, however, commented that the first lady “start packing” as she will no longer serve as first lady by January during the inauguration where Biden’s wife, Dr. Jill Biden will be succeeding her.