Monday, July 31, 2006

"It's not unusual for a public arts program to attract some controversy"

The New York Times had a report this weekend on a public artwork recently installed in Loveland, Colorado. (Earlier, local coverage here and here.) The artist, Kirsten Kokkin, says her sculpture, titled “Triangle” and depicting three nude figures -- a man and woman holding up a second woman -- is meant to symbolize unity and how we stay together to survive society.” You can see the piece here.