Picasso at Daley Plaza

Picasso at Daley Plaza

The 60s were all about change. So, Mayor Richard J. Daley decided to try something new. He commissioned Pablo Picasso to create a massive 3D sculpture for the Chicago Loop. But, what does this cubist creation represent? Nobody knows. Picasso gave it to the city as a gift and never explained what it symbolized.

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