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Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Miro's Chicago

Miro's Chicago by Joan Miro, originally called "The Sun, The Moon and One Star." Brunswick Plaza, 69 W. Washington Street. Unveiled 1981.

8 comments:

  1. I'm not sure I like this sculpture. I'm pretty clueless:) about modern art and sculpture and don't always understand it, but I can usually tell right away if I like something. And I'm not sure about this one....nah, I guess I just don't like it. I think the best thing about it is its title.

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  2. I just don't get modern art... but I love that you capture these sculptures which are randomly scattered around the city...

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  3. LOVE Juan Miró! Great photo!

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  4. I love Mirò me too. Definitely a wonderful city also thank you your amazing capture

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  5. Loved to remember this Miró; actually my 1982 lousy picture is a bit outdated, but the sculpture and the environment looks the same... ;) I adore Miró! One of my first Art books, bought in the sixties, was on Miró...
    Have a great weekend!
    Blogtrotter!

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  6. thanks for the coments clueless, professor, sonia, fabrizio and gmg.

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  7. One of the things I adore about Chicago is how seamlessly it integrates art into public spaces. This photo does a beautiful job of capturing that!

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