By CBS 2 Chicago Staff

CHICAGO (CBS) — You can sure tell it’s summertime in the Greektown neighborhood.

Check out Hello Helios, a new public art exhibit along Halsted Street from Monroe to Van Buren.

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There are 24 vibrant sculptures, each named for Helios, the god of the sun in Greek mythology.

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The works are inspired by the sun, and related mythologies from Japanese, Native American, Yoruba, and Aztec cultures.

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If you couldn’t catch the exhibit today, you have plenty of time. It will be here through next spring.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff