Chicago South: Art at Nathan Manilow Sculpture Park

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Above Image: Yes! For Lady Day – by Mark di Suvero at Nathan Manilow Sculpture Park

Nathan Manilow Sculpture Park

is at the Governors State University. It provides the Chicagoland region with a premier presentation of large-scale contemporary sculpture. It has about 30 works of sculptures within 100+ acres of prairie landscape.   The permanent collection includes 24 pieces; five works are on long-term loan from the artists. Highlights include several important landscape-based sculptures created by distinguished artists at the height of their creative powers, a group of works by major late-20th Century American sculptors and a number of works representing Chicago-based artists, ca. 1973-2010. Sculptors from France and Mexico are also represented.  The park is supported by volunteers and donors who believe in its mission and its primary goals of education, acquisition and conservation.



PHOTO GALLERY: Nathan Manilow Sculpture Park





Oscar’s Inclination – by Michael Dunbar
Illinois Landscape No. 5 – by John Henry
Outgrown Pyramid II – by Richard Hunt
Passage – by James Brenner
Sextant Yoke – by Mike Baur
House Divided – by Bruce Nauman
Yes! For Lady Day – by Mark di Suvero
Bodark Arc – by Martin Pureyar
Phoenix – by Edvins Strautmanis
Flying Saucer – by Jene Highstein
Sisyphus’ Aviary – by Dan Yarbrough
Frame – by Richard Rezac
Paul – by Tony Tasset
Falling Meteor – by Jerry Peart
Art Ark 1981, refabricated 2006 – by Terrence Karpowicz
Throne [for Martin Luther King, Jr.] – by Ted Sitting Crow Garner
Large Planar Hybrid – by Richard Hunt
Working on the Failed Utopia – by Christine Tarkowski
Untitled – by Joel Shapiro
Forms in Blue – by John Payne
Mock II, V-Form 1976 John Payne
Icarus – by Charles Ginnever



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