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CHICAGO — One of the busiest CTA “L” stations is now home to some unique artwork.

The city unveiled new works from world-renowned Chicago artist Theaster Gates. The pieces are on display at the 95th Street Red Line stop.

One piece is  “An Extended Song of Our People,”  a public broadcast studio deejay booth.

Another piece is titled “America America” and features a pair of large tapestries made from old fire hoses.

The artwork is the finishing touch on a $280 million renovation of the 95th Street terminal.