Chicago Loop – Installations by Chicago Loop Alliance

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 Above Image: Gateway to the Loop, click here..


Chicago Loop Alliance

From the official website, Chicago Loop Alliance.. click here....

Chicago Loop Alliance was founded in 2005 following a merger between the Central Michigan Avenue Association and the Greater State Street Council, which was created in 1929 and consisted of local merchants eager to promote economic prosperity for their businesses during the Great Depression.

According to its mission, “Chicago Loop Alliance is a member-based business organization that represents Chicago’s most dynamic mixed-use district—the Loop—and advocates for the rapidly growing central business area. Chicago Loop Alliance is focused on promoting and uniting Loop businesses and organizations to support one another in creating a vibrant, flourishing Loop where people live, work and play.”

Enriching the public experience
Chicago Loop Alliance enriches the experience of visitors and residents through strategies that highlight the Loop’s rich and varied attractions: from a bustling dining and entertainment scene to a world-class collection of public art. 

Among the Public Art program promoted by Chicago Loop Alliance are..

Art Loop

Pop-Up Art Loop

Past programs included: Art Loop Open and Looptopia..




Chicago Loop Alliance was founded only recently  in 2005.

 This post is about its Permanent and Temporary Installations.

For more [much more] Public Art in Chicago here..





Chicago Loop Alliance

2013: Give – by Dusty Folwarczny.. click here..

2013: Float – by Noah MacMillan.. click here..

2013: Cityscape – by Nate Otto.. click here..

2013:  Gateway to the Loop / People Plaza.. click here..

2012: Color Jam – by Jessica Stockholder..  click here..

2011:  Lightscape.. click here..

2011: “Go Do Good” installation – by Kay Rosen..  click here..

2010: Eye and Cardinal – by Tony Tasset..  click here..

2010: Art Loop Open click here..

For permanent Public Art in Chicago here..



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