A new public art installation across the Trump Tower in Chicago just east of the Wabash Ave. Bridge above the riverwalk on Wacker Drive. Political statement? Coincidence? The piece, which is part of the city’s “Year of Public Art” program, is designed by Chicago and Detroit-based artist, Scott Reeder, who built the work in 2013, way before Trump became president.
It’s going to be a teenager in about eleven days! It, being Chicago’s Millennium Park. The park will celebrate its 13th year on July 16. I was there during the first day and took several hundreds of photos, unfortunately, the external hard drive in which I stored the files crashed and could not be resurrected. I managed to save a few photos though, which I am reproducing in this post.
Crown Founytain, Opening Day
Crown Fountain, Opening Day
There was no formal name yet for the structure, but people were already calling it The Bean because of its shape.
There was no formal name yet for the structure, but people were already calling it The Bean because of its shape. Note the seams of the stainless steel panels that make up the structure.