Walking Tour: Chicago Outdoor Sculpture

 
Chicago's Loop neighborhood has six of the most iconic outdoor sculptures in the country. Works by Picasso, Calder and Kapoor are all within a few blocks of each other and make for a fun walking tour.  Start at the massive interior atrium of the Thompson Center and end in a cloud at Millennium Park.

Your Guide to Public Art in The Loop

Monument with Standing Beast by Jean Dubuffet
 Where:  Thompson Center Plaza, at e.Randolph St and s.Clark St

Untitled by Pablo Picasso
 Richard J. Daley Plaza, 50 w.Washington St. at n. Dearborn St

Dawn Shadows by Louise Nevelson
 Madison Plaza, 200 w. Madison St at n.Franklin St

Flamingo by Alexander Calder
 Federal Plaza, corner of n.Dearborn St and e.Adams St

Dawn Shadows by Louise Nevelson
 Madison Plaza, 200 w. Madison St at n.Franklin St

Crown Fountain by Jaume Plensa
 Millennium Park, at s.Michigan Ave and e.Monroe St

Cloud Gate by Anish Kapoor
Millennium Park, at n.Michigan Ave and e.Madison St

 

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Photos: Row 1: Jean Dubuffet - Pablo Picasso - Louise Nevelson Row 2: Alexander Calder - Jaume Plensa - Anish Kapoor
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