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Our favorite Minneapolis public art: a slide show

Following our selection of some favorite public artworks in Saint Paul two weeks ago, here is our take on the beautiful and the quirky in Minneapolis outdoor art--minus the Spoonbridge and Cherry, which is terrific but a little overexposed. (We're also leaving out the rest of the Walker Art Center's Minneapolis Sculpture Garden--our premier public art showcase--in favor of works scattered around the city.) It's just a taste of the richness available, designed to get you outside looking at art before the snow flies.

The Fighter of the Spirit: In front of the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 24th Street East. Sustainability Reborn: 5th Street North side of Target Field, facing LRT station. Rockman: Courthouse Plaza, 4th Street South between 3rd and 4th avenues. The Fourth Sister: East Franklin Avenue at  14th Street. Self Made Man: Calhoun Commons, Excelsior Boulevard and Market Plaza. Mosaic of the Americas: 3019 Minnehaha Avenue South. Loop: 827 Glenwood Avenue. Dia de Los Muertos: Intermedia Arts, 2822 Lyndale Avenue South. Minne: Various area lakes www.lakecreature.com/         


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