Live Painting by Legendary Chicago Artist Tyrue Slang Jones.
Location: Daley Plaza, Chicago
Date: June 21, 2017.
Brought by Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events [DCASE].
Tyrue Slang Jones calls his work as Slangism. Check out his website.. click here..
Sculpture Stroll in downtown Rockford
Sculpture Stroll in downtown Rockford featuring works by two New York based artists: Boaz Vaadia and Hans Van de Bovenkamp.
A Public Art initiative created by the Rockford Area Convention & Visitors Bureau [RACVB].
June 2015 - June 2017.Originally schedule to be on display from June...
The Pride and Perils of Chicago's Public Art
Temporary Exhibition: February 25 to July 30, 2017.
Location:Landmark Chicago Gallery, Ist Floor, Chicago Cultural Center.
Curated by Cultural Historian of Chicago: Tim Samuelson.
Part of Celebration of 2017 as as The Year of Public Art.
The Story Chair
Location: Chicago Cultural Center
What is it? This is the centerpiece of the custom designed furniture of Conrad Sulzer Regional Library, from which stories are read at library programs.
The example displayed here is a prototype created by Hammond, Beeby and Babka – the architectural firm responsible for the Sulzer design. Its design and handpainting was created by the project’s supervising...
Eugene Eda’s Doors for Malcolm X College / Chicago’s hidden cultural gem now open to public at the People’s Palace.Posted by Jyoti Srivastava
Eugene Eda’s Doors for Malcolm X College
Location: Sidney R. Yates Gallery at Chicago Cultural Center.
Temporary Exhibition: January 21-June 25, 2017.
Admission Fee: Free
This exhibition presents all 32 doors painted by Eugene Eda for the stairwells of the original, now demolished Malcolm X College. Painted in 1971, the monumental doors are a landmark of the...
Urban Buddha - by Tashi Norbu Urban Buddha: Be the Flower, Not the Bee.
Location: Grand Park Skate Park at the corner of Michigan Avenue and Roosevelt Road, Chicago.
Reclaimed/ Repurposed Painted Lumber / 10' x 12' x 14'
Courtesy of the Grant Park Conservancy/ Advisory Council; the Artist; North Branch Management, Chicago; ReUse Depot, Maywood.
Collaboration among the...
New Public Art in Chicago in Year 2016.
We decorate our homes with photos of people important in our lives, tokens from places we visit and some art we love. Similarly, we decorate our communities with artwork. Some are permanent installations but mostly with temporary installations which adds freshness and diversity to our already impressive collection. In 2016, we...