"A Picasso Preview...
Consider Chicago's renowned Picasso Sculpture, and/or The Chicago Picasso. Weighing in at 162 tons and stretching to 50-ft tall, the Picasso Sculptures' meaning and significance is just as ambiguous as its titles. Since its installation over 40+ years ago, the sculptures symbolism has been open to public and scholarly discussion. If you stood near this enormous steel sculpture at Daley Plaza and listened to the remarks of four passersby, you would most likely hear different reactions. Is it a Woman? A baboon? Afghan dog? Or just possibly, an abstract sculpture with no apparent symbolism?" ---This was all Taken from the website SCULPTORS and the page above. http://www.sculptours.org/?q=node/193 I did not write this.
Alexander Calder: http://calder.org/
Lobster Trap and Fish Tail, 1939
Sheet metal, wire, and paint
102" x 114"