Q&A With Tony Matelli, Artist Behind Wellesley College's Scantily-clad Sleepwalking Statue
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February 6, 2014

Via boston.com:

David L. Ryan, Globe Staff

Sleepwalker, painted bronze. by Tony Matelli.

By Jaclyn Reiss, Boston.com Staff

A realistic-looking statue of a man sleepwalking in his underwear near the center of Wellesley College created a stir not only among the women on campus, but also news and media outlets across the country Wednesday.

The painted bronze statue, titled Sleepwalker, has caused hundreds of Wellesley students to sign a petition asking the college's president to remove the undies-clad man. The administration has made no indication that it will be moved.

Artist Tony Matelli, who will speak at ...

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