In celebration of the opening of the Renzo Piano designed Modern Wing earlier this year, the 18th annual holiday wreathing of the Art Institute's twin bronze lions has taken a contemporary turn.
Instead of the traditional evergreen wreaths, this year's were designed Yves Behar out of multi-colored aluminum leaves. On December 16, they'll be replaced by the traditional evergreen wreaths, and Behar's leaves distributed to Chicago kids to use for their own home decorations. (See a small slideshow of pics on Behar's fuseproject website here.)
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