Because of the way it is placed, directly behind a grove of extra-fluffy trees, and at the entrance where most drivers, speeding in, are on the lookout for signs, such as rental car return, departures, arrivals or parking, I daresay few passersby would even notice the statue. I myself drove by it more times that I would like to admit before I realized it was there.
Here's my 3 minute video:
My video mentions "The Last Conquistador," a magnificent documentary about this statue and the controversy. Watch the trailer:
POV Interactive offers the first clip of "The Last Conquistador" documentary:
For "Behind the Lens POV PBS"
Cristina Ibarra and John Valadez Talk about the Juan de Oñate Sculpture:
I'll give the sculptor, John Sherrill Houser, the last word, quoting him from the documentary:
"Here it is, look at this and think about it, good and bad, the whole thing. The history."
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