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(Re)locating Public Sculpture in Chicago

by Jason Foumberg on March 4, 2013
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A strange thing about public sculpture in Chicago is that it sometimes has legs. It’s not everyday that these bronze and stone objects grow a pair and walk out of view, but several recent examples of displaced sculpture draw attention to the sometimes strained relationship between public art and the public.

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