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“Founders” Exhibit Four Heads

Chicago-based arts collective Floating Museum displayed this spectacular four-faced bust of the city’s oft-overlooked founders, its indigenous peoples and people of color, along the CTA Green Line in the summer and fall of 2019. The faces portray the first non-native man to settle in what would become Chicago, the French Hatian Jean Baptiste Pointe Du Sable; his wife, Potawatomi tribe member Kitihawa; former Chicago mayor Harold Washington; and the face of a child.

Specifications

  • Outer DIMs: H: 25 L: 10 W: 10
“Founders” Exhibit Four Heads

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