Re: World's Ugliest Sculpture ?
I'm not that surprised, "ugly", much like beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Certainly there are plenty of bronzes around my area, parks and buildings that seem rather ordinary and others quite pleasing. There are also many ugly things in life/sculpture that are very warmly regarded. They can grow on people and conversely; there are many pretty things which, immediately or after awhile cause revulsion.. The Hercules doesn't bother me a bit, I thought Michelangelo did one and it is among his missing (and perhaps still in existance) pieces..