Chicago museum adopts smoking-hot Palin sculpture

April 18, 2012 

JTAYLORWALLACE.COM

It's not just a political statement by multimedia artist J. Taylor Wallace; it's a functioning stove, reports NBC Chicago.

The sculpture now has a new home, taking up residence at the Bridgeport Art Center for the rest of the year. To commemorate the opening of the Bridgeport Sculpture Garden on April 20th, the sculpture will cook a suckling pig at the opening ceremony.

See current photos at the Chicagoist website.

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