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I was a tourist doing what tourists do best when I walked up on these sculptures. There were few people around so I walked amongst the disembodied legs for a bit. It was fun and very peaceful. I’m not certain of the meaning or history...More
The Agora sculptures are a bunch of headless statues that just crowd around each other. On 1 side, it's really crowded and it slowly moves to the other side where there is more space between them.
This is a nice place for some pictures and...More
We were on a mission to find something to do on a Sunday morning. This is an interesting place to visit. You will find one set farther away... almost like it it getting away. Nice park. Great for a stroll. Worth a quick visit.
Wonderful outdoor sculptures on the parkwith 106 headless and armless iron sculptures at the south end of Grant Park. Designed by Polish artist Magdalena Abakanowicz. Really an impacting scene as you drive by, and a great place to walk and reflect on their message. Free,
Thanks to Robin Williams for the financial support to bring this display to Chicago. I love the story behind the legs and how it came about. There has to be a lesson to be learned here, I just wish people would absorb the meaning.
Often visitors' first stop in Chicago, The Loop is a good starting point to sample the city's energy and flavor. This central business district boasts Michelin-rated restaurants, upscale hotels, premier shopping, and enough arresting architecture to keep your camera busy for hours. You won’t find too many photo galleries of downtown Chicago without a shot of Millennium Park and Cloud Gate (“The Bean”), one of
the most iconic landmarks in the city. A stunning skyline coupled with cultural attractions like the Art Institute of Chicago present a Downtown where work and play peacefully coexist.