The city and MLK Boston yesterday released the five finalists for a proposed memorial to the civil-rights leader and his wife - both of whom studied in Boston, where they met - on Boston Common.
Drawings of the five proposals are now on display at the BPL main library in Copley Square. They vary in size - one would include large walkways in black stone that would continue across Beacon Street to the grounds of the State House - and proposed location on the Common.
In addition to the Embrace (more info), the finalists are:
Avenue of Peace by Yinka Shonabare (more info):
Boston's King Memorial by Adam Pendleton, Adjaye Associates, Future\Pace and David Reinfurt (more info):
Empty Pulpit Monument by Barbara Chase-Riboud (more info):
The Ripple Effects by Wodiczko + Bonder / Maryann Thompson Architects, with Walter Hood (more info):
MLK Boston survey on the proposals.