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Ten Sculptures Coming to Clark Street

By Paul Biasco | June 30, 2015 5:28am
 Shencheng Xu's Catch Up, 2662 N. Clark St.
Shencheng Xu's Catch Up, 2662 N. Clark St.
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Art on Clark

LINCOLN PARK — Keep your eyes peeled this week for new public art scattered throughout Lincoln Park.

The Art on Clark 3D is back for its third straight year featuring 10 sculptures that will be installed along the sidewalks of Clark Street.

All ten sculptures are by local artists and two of them artists have two pieces on display. Two of the artists, Michael Young and Ruth Aizuss Migdal, are new to the exhibit this year.

Five pieces of the sculptures are new this year and five are returning.

The initiative, which is run by the Lincoln Park Chamber of Commerce, aims to beautify the neighborhood while showcasing local artists.

Installations of the sculptures begins Tuesday. The sculptures will be on display for 12 months.

Nicole Beck's "Astroterra," 2200 N. Clark St.

Ruth Migdal's La Diva, 444 W. Diversey

Shencheng Xu's "Gourd Man," 2106 N. Clark Street

Terrence Karpowicz's "Finish Line," 2515 N. Clark St.

Boyan Marinov's Equilibrium, 2021 N. Clark Street

John E. Bannon's Evolve, 2468 N. Clark St.

Michael Young's "Two in the Hand"

Mike Helbing's "Mike's Pantree," 2619 N. Clark St.

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