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#ArtMadness: Vote MCA

A sculpture that resembles a rabbit-shaped mylar balloon stands on a pedestal. A museum gallery is visible in the sculpture's reflective surface.

Jeff Koons, Rabbit, 1986. Stainless steel; 41 x 19 x 12 in. (104.1 x 48.3 x 30.5 cm). Collection Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, partial gift of Stefan T. Edlis and H. Gael Neeson, 2000.21

Photo: Nathan Keay, © MCA Chicago

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Artworks go head to head in a public vote to determine which museum's work is the best. It's that time of year again: it's Art Madness season.

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The sporting world has March Madness; in the museum world it's #ArtMadness. Riffing on the bracket-driven fun of the NCAA basketball tournament, Art Madness pits artworks from all over the United States in head-to-head matches that are determined by popular vote. This year's theme is three-dimensional art (a change from the two-dimensional art, which featured predominantly in the past) and today the MCA's Rabbit by Jeff Koons takes on the Hammer Museum's sculpture by Nathan Mabry, Process Art (Dead Men Don’t Make Sculpture). We can't win this without you so vote today; voting closes tonight.

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