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Outdoor Sculpture Walk on Dearborn

Mini tour of some of Chicago’s outdoor sculpture:
Dearborn@Jackson/Adams (Federal Plaza); “Flamingo” by Alexander Calder (American); Painted in “Calder red”; 50 tons; commissioned by General Services Administration; unveiled 1974.

Dearborn@Monroe/Madison (First National Bank of Chicago Plaza; now Chase); “Four Seasons” by Marc Chagall (Russian Empire); Mosaic; gift to city of Chicago; dedicated 1974.

Dearborn@ Washington: (Brunswick Plaza; now Cook County/Chicago Temple Building Plaza); “Miro’s Chicago” (originally “The Sun, the Moon and One Star)” by Joan Miro (Spanish); unveiled 1981.

Dearborn@ Washington/Randolph: (Civic Center; now Richard J. Daley Center); “The Picasso” (untitled); by Pablo Picasso (Spanish); 160 tons; Cor-Ten steel; unveiled 1967.

dearborn @ jackson/adams
dearborn @ monroe/madison
dearborn @ washington
dearborn @ washington/randolph
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