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AgoraAgora, artist Magdalena Abakanowicz's largest permanent installation, is a public art piece inspired by World War II and the 45 years of Soviet domination that followed.
Buckingham FountainBuckingham Fountain is a stunning sculptural fountain in Grant Park. During display, a center jet shoots water to a height of 150 feet into the air.
Cloud GateAffectionately called "The Bean," Artist Anish Kapoor's Cloud Gate is one of Chicago's most iconic landmarks and public art pieces.
Crown FountainCrown Fountain is a public art piece in Millennium Park consisting of video images of Chicagoans' faces and a fountain kids love to play in.
The Lions at the Art Institute of ChicagoThe Lions at the Art Institute of Chicago are the art museum's iconic guardians — and they're always ready for a selfie.
Marc Chagall’s The Four SeasonsComposed of thousands of inlaid chips in more than 250 colors, Marc Chagall’s mosaic artwork portrays six vivid scenes of Chicago.
Momentum with Standing BeastUnveiled in 1984 by Artist Dubuffet, Monument with Standing Beast is a 29-foot-tall fiberglass sculpture that weighs more than 10 tons.
Muddy Waters MuralCompleted in 2016, Chicago blues legend Muddy Waters is honored in this colorful mural on State Street, “That Great Street.”
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