Windows to a Nation’s Soul

April 17, 2018 | Posted by Peter Jakobsen | ART, TRAVEL | 0 Comments |

Art Institute, Chicago, April 2018 –

Marc Chagall did some illustrated glass (opaque in effect and content) to commemorate America’s bicentennial, and also, oddly, to mark the administration of Mayor Richard J. Daley, on 15 May 1977.

Eagle, Turkey, whatever…of peace

Call us churlish, but wouldn’t it be better to honour Mayor Daley with a mural of cops bashing children with night-sticks?

After all, during the 1968 Presidential Campaign, he did unleash the mother of all anti-democratic primaries:


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