Where to see mosaics in Chicago

There are a number of underpass mosaics in Chicago. They are done by the Chicago Public Art Group. Here's an article about them. The mosaics are located at Foster Avenue & Lake Shore Drive, Bryn Mawr and Lake Shore Drive, 57th Street and Lake Shore Drive (near the Museum of Science and Industry), Belmont and Lake Shore Drive.

Marc Chagall mosaic at Exelon Plaza (Monroe and Dearborn).

There are a number of mosaics at CTA stations: Belmont station, Western station (Pink Line), Francisco station (Brown Line), Roosevelt station, Paulina station, Sedgwick station, Fullerton station. Learn more about public art on the CTA & the CTA Arts-In-Transit program. Please add any CTA mosaics I missed! 

Artist Jim Bachor has been filling potholes with mosaics.

There are many Chicago mosaics listed on the Public Art in Chicago blog.

Mosaic groups & education

Green Star Movement - nonprofit that helps schools and communities install mosaics. See this map of their projects.

Chicago Mosaic School

Chicago Public Art Group - spearheads the underpass murals and mosaics along with many other public art projects in Chicago. This is a map of their projects (includes more than just mosaics).

See also

Public art