Sculptor Sir Anish Kapoor has sparked controversy with his new piece named 'Dirty Corner' which is grounded in the gardens of the Palace of Versailles, Tuesday. The sculpture, dubbed the "Queen's Vagina" by the artist himself, has caused no lack of outrage among some tourists for its sexual connotations. French visitor to Versailles, Jacques, stated that the artwork "is not made for this palace." Others like French tourist Leo, admire the structure, stating "it is bold as it mixes two kinds of art together." Every summer the former royal residence invites an artist to display their work in the grounds. The first participating artist was American Jeff Koons, whose piece 'Split Rocker' a 37 foot (11.2 metre) sculpture based on a bust of Koons' son and a pony, also sparked controversy, with critics taking issue with the large structure blocking the ornate building of the palace itself.
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