Warsaw's rainbow sculpture attracts vandals, admirers

03/22/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

A 30-foot-tall sculpture of a rainbow that stands over Warsaw's Savior Square has been burned four times, perhaps by vandals who interpret the work of art as support for gay rights. LGBT volunteers have helped rebuild the colorful arch and anti-gay politicians have denounced it as "disgusting," but the artist, Julita Wojcik, says her piece is actually about "tolerance, diversity and openness."

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