To some Chicagoans, the Polish Triangle is just a dirty transit stop en route to hipper destinations in Wicker Park. But it’s also the site of some world-class performance art and music. You never know what you’ll stumble upon in this otherwise utilitarian blob of brick and concrete—everything from public performances to live jazz to “outsider art” presented by Intuit art gallery. Best of all, the price of admission is always free.
Between Ashland Avenue, Division Street and Milwaukee Avenue
—Eugene Sun Park, Producer, Full Spectrum Features (Film 50)
Best of Chicago 2015