Collaborations have always been a constant within the work of Louis de Guzman. Based in Chicago, the artist worked with his hometown Cubs on a new capsule that sees a permanent sculpture installed inside the shop at the historic Wrigley Field, along with a smaller limited-edition sculpture, tees and hoodies.

Dubbed COHERE, De Guzman crafted a five-foot, 700-pound electroplated bronze sculpture that depicts the Cubs iconic bear logo in his signature style. The artist described the project as an “intimate and surreal setting being able to share this moment with friends and family at the historical stadium.” Although the artwork is permanently located at the grounds, today De Guzman also released an edition of 150 hand-painted resin sculptures of the same design for $375 USD.

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Made in conjunction with Mitchell & Ness, fans can also purchase a tee ($60 USD) and hoodie ($110 USD) in both black and cream, featuring De Guzman’s interpretation of the logo. COHERE is available to purchase at the club’s webshop.

Elsewhere, artist Anouk Kruithof compiled thousands of YouTube clips to create a dance-themed exhibition.
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