CHICAGO — The city unveiled new renderings of artwork that will be installed at eight stations on the south branch of the CTA Red Line, officials said Monday.
Sneak previews of the art, which will be made by local artists, will be on display at the DuSable Museum Monday.
The eight stations are between Cermak-Chinatown and 87th Street. The stops include:
• Sox-35th, which will get "Game Day," by artist Paula Henderson;
• Garfield, which will see "Presenting the Pictures You Wanted to See," by artist Cecil McDonald Jr.;
• and 69th Street, which will install "Sanctuary," by artist Doug Fogelson.
The artwork is among 21 new commissions that will be installed in the next few years, officials said. There are currently 50 works at 41 rail stations in the city.
The installation comes following the completion of the $425 million reconstruction of the south branch, which shut completely down for several months last year.
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