Chicago’s latest work of art is a gold statue in front of Trump Tower that says "REAL FAKE."
The 5-foot statue was installed by the city of Chicago near President Trump’s hotel Monday, but a city spokeswoman said it's not meant to be a comment on Trump, the Chicago Tribune reported.
The statue, located directly across the river from the city’s Trump Tower, is reportedly a top spot for tourists taking rude pictures directed at Trump.
“What's wonderful about art is that it is completely open to interpretation," city spokeswoman Christine Carrino told the Tribune.
The statue was created in 2013 by artist Scott Reed, who is loaning it to the city as part of the city’s Year of Public Art.