... notice the ironies.
The sculpture is the work of J. Seward Johnson, titled "God Bless America" (irony #1), made after one of the most famous American paintings "American Gothic" by Grant Wood (and on display just a few blocks down the street, in the Art Institute of Chicago).
In my picture, there is an ad for Fidelity Investments, which is supposed to provide for one's future (irony #2).
There is a further irony to be found somewhere in the juxtaposition of the giant statue, representing modern art
, and a lowly common guy, minuscule in comparison, at its feet, oblivious to its meaning. But I digress in psychobabble, I suppose.