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Fabulous Miro sculpture

Tucked away from the large square opposite and easily missed thanks to a bus shelter that obscures... read more

Reviewed January 10, 2020
Croydon, United Kingdom
Hidden And Under Appreciated

This statue was commissioned by former mayor Jane Byrne in the late 1970’s and unveiled in the... read more

Reviewed July 2, 2019
Cranford, New Jersey
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Tucked away from the large square opposite and easily missed thanks to a bus shelter that obscures it in part, this is a fantastic Joan Miro sculpture that I suspect goes under most people's radar. Well worth seeking out, it's close to works by Picasso, Calder and Chagal too,
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This statue was commissioned by former mayor Jane Byrne in the late 1970’s and unveiled in the early 1980s. It is located across the street from The Picasso Statue and somewhat hidden between two large buildings. This has contributed to it not being as popular a piece of art
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The Picasso statue in Daley Plaza in downtown Chicago is one of the world's greatest examples of abstract art. But walk across the street to the Brunswick Plaza and you'll find another great example of abstract art, Spanish artist Joan Miro's Chicago. Located at 69 West
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If you're at the Picasso Statue and can't find Miro's statue, it's across the road and hidden by a bus stop. It's right next to the church. It's very cool. Until a few years ago I was unfamiliar with Joan Miro, but I saw some of his art and was hooked. I love the colour and
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I like public art displayed in the streets and squares. This construction has small open space surrounding. Definitely worth visit if one is looking for public artwork in downtown Chicago or is just walking by.
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