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Miro's Chicago, Chicago

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Miró's Chicago (originally called The Sun, the Moon and One Star) is a sculpture by Joan Miró. It is 39 feet (12 m) tall, and is made of steel, wire mesh, concrete, bronze, and ceramic tile.
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  • I don't know if coming to see just this piece of art would be worth it, but I believe taking a self-guided tour of Chicago to see all the pieces in the area is a great way to experience Chicago. Go...  more »
  • Across from the Picasso sculpture. This 40 foot statue is a notable Miro work in terms of size and style.  more »
  • Miro's statue is a sculpture made by Joan Miro. It is a bronze model of and is in the Milwaukee Art Museum Collection and is right next to the Chicago Temple. There is an S shaped bench behind dedicated to all those whose lives were changed due to the tragic fire of October 17, 2003 here too. The Chicago temple is very beautiful and one of the masterpiece building architectures too. There are pictures marking some of the historic events in Chicago right next to Miro's Statue on the temple wall - make sure you watch out for this as it is easy to miss
  • Kind of hidden in front of Picasso's, but not to be missed! Catalan artist Joan Miró was one of the greatest of the 20th century, truly a gem!

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