Derelict art is that which is not well-maintained, or which is located someplace out-of-the-way that does not provide good public exposure or accessibility. In this case, there is a beautiful bronze by famous sculptor Henry Moore located in a lovely well-maintained public park in Vancouver BC. Unfortunately, the sculpture is not well-advertised in local tourism literature so that this important and beautiful sculpture is unknown and unseen by most visitors to the city. It can be found at the top of the hill in Queen Elizabeth Park, and can be reached from downtown by a 15 minute bus or taxi ride. It is well worth the effort!
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