Agora, Designed by Polish artist Magdalena Abakanowicz
On the southwest side of Grant Park is Agora, one of Chicago's most recognizable and recent installations. Made up of 106 9-foot tall headless torsos made from cast iron, the sculpture is inspired by a Greek plaza but relates to bustling, high-paced Michigan Avenue. The figures are stationary but are posed in countless directions, symbolizing the idea of going everywhere and nowhere at once.
From Chicago - the city