Controversy for Marilyn Monroe sculpture
Chicago, August 08, 2008
A gigantic Marilyn Monroe sculpture inspired on the scene that became her in an international celebrity with her skirt flying by the air of a metro grill, has lift controversy in Chicago.
The art critics said it is bad taste, which has nothing to do with Chicago as the film was shooting in New York, and it’s close to maleness.
However tourist seems not to pay attention to these critics and the sculpture has become in a mandatory walk for the visitors.
The sculpture was made by Seward Johnson in two years and armed in three days. It weights 17 tones and it is of stainless steel.