Public art you love to hate; share your story
The Post's Brigid Shulte is working on a story about a new public art installation in Alexandria's uber-artsy Del Ray neighborhood. Apparently, there has been some community backlash against the artwork -- think less "feast for the eyes," more "public eyesore."
Tell us: What is your least favorite public artwork? Which ones don't make sense and which ones are just plain ugly?
And don't feel obligated to pick on the D.C. area. Hate Charles Perry's tubular "Eclipse" in San Francisco? Dream of demolishing Denver's janitor-chic "The Big Sweep"? How about Belgium's aptly named "Manneken Pis," a small statue of a little boy peeing into a fountain?
Upload photos of eyesores from your hometown and your travels -- and tell us why they rub you the wrong way.
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