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Reading Cones - Grant Park

Richard Serra, one of America’s most renowned living artists, created this large-scale minimalist sculpture. Reading Cones--named for the town in which it was made, Reading, Pennsylvania--is a good example of Serra’s signature minimalist metal sculptures. It is composed of two freestanding seventeen-foot-tall curved walls of “Cor-Ten” steel that stand just far enough apart to allow a person to walk between them.

Address: 301 E. Monroe St., Chicago

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