Courtesy of Candy Schwartz

Der Hase—Hommage à Dürer (The Hare—a Homage to Dürer), Nuremberg, Germany

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This dazed or possibly dead
rabbit seems unaware of the swarm of mice that shares its busted-up crate.
Positioned outside of Albert
Dürer’s house
in Nuremberg, the nightmarish sculpture by Jürgen
Goertz is a satiric take on a much more pleasingly proportioned bunny—the one
immortalized in Dürer’s watercolor Der Feldhase.

World's Ugliest Public Art

Der Hase—Hommage à Dürer (The Hare—a Homage to Dürer), Nuremberg, Germany

This dazed or possibly dead
rabbit seems unaware of the swarm of mice that shares its busted-up crate.
Positioned outside of Albert
Dürer’s house
in Nuremberg, the nightmarish sculpture by Jürgen
Goertz is a satiric take on a much more pleasingly proportioned bunny—the one
immortalized in Dürer’s watercolor Der Feldhase.

Courtesy of Candy Schwartz

World's Ugliest Public Art

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