The exhibit’s intent is to “animate the stories associated with one of baseball’s most celebrated rivalries.”
The Art-Less project has removed or shrouded 120 works of art, or about 20 percent of artwork on display at Wellesley College’s Davis Museum.
The massive retrospective is culled from the personal archives of Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood and other collections.
The 15,000-square-foot, 6-ton painting, created in the 1880s, is one of only two such panoramas on display in the U.S. The other is at Gettysburg.
Chicago boasts one of the finest and most varied collections of public art in the world.