Giant, Crushed Alexander Calder Expected To Be on Display at 9/11 Museum

The statue's remains, on display in 2008.

The remains of the 25-foot tall Alexander Calder sculpture Bent Propeller, which sat outside the Twin Towers from 1971 until their destruction, is expected be on display at the 9/11 memorial museum, according to the New York Post.

The sculpture was among some $100 million in art that was lost in the terrorist attacks, the paper estimates. Other artists who had work in and around the buildings included Auguste Rodin, Pablo Picasso, Roy Lichtenstein and Le Corbusier.

Only some 30 percent remains of the Calder sculpture. It now sits in a tent outside Kennedy Airport where the Port Authority stores all its “9/11 artifacts.”

Giant, Crushed Alexander Calder Expected To Be on Display at 9/11 Museum