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A herd of brightly colored animals packed atop a trailer didn't gallop or bolt into Hinsdale's Burlington Park Thursday, they were carefully placed by artist Frederick Prescott. Prescott unloaded the animals from the makeshift Noah's Ark for a...
Ever wanted to rub Kim Kardashian’s baby bump? Artist Daniel Edwards is given gallery-goers that chance. The sculptor, known for casting celebrities in the nude, will debut a lifesize sculpture of the pregnant reality star next month in Los Angeles....
Honda is being sued by two artists who claim that the automaker improperly used one of their large-scale sculptures in a television commercial, according to a report in the Houston Chronicle. The report says that Dan Havel and Dean Ruck, the artists who...
It was just after noon Saturday and a large blue-crab-mobile was drifting out into the harbor with four students from Arbutus Middle School aboard and unable to steer. The problem? A thrown sock puppet that had damaged their controls. The absurd moment...
There seems to be a budding debate about whether the Bears can build a bridge to repair relations and retire the jersey number of a certain disgruntled former employee. It will happen this season. Dat's right. For Michael Keller Ditka Jr., the man...
Arlington statue The most famous bronze statue in the world is located in Arlington, Virginia. It is a life accurate statue of six young men, Marines, and they are raising the American Flag. Below their feet, and as far as they could see, the world had...
The trio of grizzly bears at the beach drew their share of admirers. "That's amazing!" said Dayana Paula, 28, of West Palm Beach, as she walked past the snuggling bears on the sandy shore. The bears were no circus act. In fact, they weren't even real....
It was a knotty problem that many curators face at some point in their careers: making sure a three-artist exhibition doesn't look like three completely distinct shows in one space. "We need to find a way to connect the artwork; it should flow from...
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Collages with the material heft of sculptures and sculptures with the two-dimensional articulation of flat drawings characterize Florian Morlat's engagingly strange show at Cherry and Martin. (The show is the first of a two-part exhibition, the second...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Bananas, Arts
Boeing Galleries Millennium Park, 201 E. Randolph St.; 312-742-1168, millenniumpark.org The alfresco galleries flanking Cloud Gate ("The Bean") showcase modern and contemporary art, offering visitors a historical, social and cultural context of modern...
The Hartford CourantThieves stole two bronze sculptures worth more than $19,000 from the Madison Mile, an outdoor display downtown, police said. The statues, which weigh 50 and 20 pounds, were taken from outside the Stop & Shop on Samson Rock Road, police said, sometime...
Tags: Theft, Arts and Culture, Arts
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