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.
Bronze CowIn homage to the 1999 series, Cows on Parade, the Bronze Cow outside of Chicago Cultural Center was created by Nathan Mason in 2001. Stare deeply into the cows eyes and you will see two Chicago landmarks - The Picasso and Historic Water Tower.
Chicago PicassoThe Chicago Picasso is one of the city's most famous and beloved pieces of public art, right in the heart of Daley Plaza.
Cloud GateAffectionately called "The Bean," Artist Anish Kapoor's Cloud Gate is one of Chicago's most iconic landmarks and public art pieces.
FlamingoFlamingo by Alexander Calder enables viewers to walk under and through the sculpture, leading one to perceive it in relation to human scale.
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.
Miró’s ChicagoMiró’s Chicago, also known as “Miss Chicago," is a sculpture made of steel, concrete, bronze, wire mesh and ceramic tile.
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.
RushmoreArtist and MacArthur Fellow Kerry James Marshall designed an epic mural for the Chicago Cultural Center’s Garland Court facade, honoring 20 women who shaped the city’s arts and culture scene.
Statue Stories ChicagoSome of Chicago’s most celebrated actors and writers lend their voices to 30 Chicago statues. Want to chat? Just use one of the nearby tags and receive a "call" from Chicago celebs playing The Spirit of Music, Bronze Cow, and even The Bean. The insta
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