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virtual grocery aisle. But this one takes the cave.
To promote its exhibition, Scenes from the Stone Age: The Cave Paintings of Lascaux, the Field Museum has remade the 60-foot-long tunnel into a subway homage to the caves where, 17,300 years ago, prehistoric man (or woman) created those amazing drawings of the animals they shared their world with. The installation appears to be the work of Titan, the out-of-home advertising agency that also did the Peapod makeover.
Chicago Theater. Across Randolph, there's Daniel Burnham's Roman Empire wet dream of Marshall Fields (now Macy's.)
Scenes from the Stone Age runs at the Field through September 8th. The cave at State and Lake, probably somewhat less. See it before it's gone.