For those who wanted to see the image that immortalized the former actress Marilyn Monroe, now they can see her on an 8 feet high a scale in the city of Chicago.
The giant sculpture of this actress, made by the artist Seward Johnson, reflects Marilyn in her moment when she turned into a filming icon: holding the skirt of her white dress while it flew because of the wind emanating from a subway grate.
Hundreds of tourists visit this monument, this caused the rejection from the local art critics, experts and residents, that argue that the sculpture is vulgar and male chauvinist. (BG)
Source: El Pais