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Posted at 9:33 AM ET, 01/18/2011

Tell us: The art you love to hate

By Brigid Schulte

Is there some big public art project, mural or sculpture in your neighborhood that you'd secretly like to see toppled in the middle of the night? Accidentally nicked by a wayward garbage truck? Flattened by a passing meteor? I'm working on a story about an artsy neighborhood that is struggling to coming to terms with an unsought piece of public art that its unhappy public has variously nicknamed the eyeball, the dinosaur egg, the hemorrhoid and the GBV for Great Big ... um, body part.

Send me an email and tell me your story, or tell it on the comment boards below.

By Brigid Schulte  | January 18, 2011; 9:33 AM ET
Categories:  Build-A-Story  
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