Agora is a group of sculptures south of Grant Park in Chicago. Polish female sculptor Magdalena Abakanowicz works. Her works mostly take the human body as the main element. Agora, originally intended as a city square, had both political and commercial functions in ancient Greece. It is said that the city government of Chicago leased it to Poland. If you take the subway (red line, green line, orange line) to the museum area, get off at Roosevelt station and walk two blocks east, you can see this work (go east, go to the museum area). If you take the red line, Chinatown Station and Roosevelt Station are only one stop away.
There are many works of famous artists gathered here. Let's have a look.
The most striking part of Grant Park between tall buildings is the sculpture of 106 headless and arm-less walkers. These 106 people like to pile up, but also have their own way, in a hurry, in different directions. The works from Polish sculptors "assembly" in 2006 are also the origin of more than 20,000 pedestrians.
Agora is a sculpture community in Chicago, where there are various kinds of sculpture works.
Agora Sculpture Group is designed to commemorate people who contributed to World War II, always remember heroes, pray for peace, you can see.
The sculpture group includes many celebrities and heroes in history. The sculptures here are realistic and large in number.
Many sculptures come from famous artists, whose artistic tension is extraordinary, for peer reference and learning.