Free Viewing of “More Strange Than True”

When you look at an art work, you get to imagine what the artist was thinking at the time he or she was creating it. When you look at how the lines intersect with one another and how the colors blend, you can imagine how the colors came to life as the artist molded, caressed and prodded them. Life is beautiful and so are the millions of works of art created each day. You have the opportunity to feel their beauty for FREE in Chicago.

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photo source: masterpiecemanager.com

From now until November 12, 2016 from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm, you get to view art works curated by Fieldwork. The exhibition will be on the upper level corridor of the Pulaski Park Fieldhouse and was made possible by the partnership of the Chicago Park District, Pulaski Park and the Chicago Parks Foundation.

Feed your mind and let your eyes feast on these art works as you make the most out of what are for FREE in Chicago.

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