There's an obscure sculpture in downtown's El Presidio Park.
Titled "Flayed Figure," but also called "Winged Victory," the bronze sculpture is a human torso of sorts.
You won't find a description attached to its concrete base, so you'll have to draw your own conclusions as to what it represents.
Sculptor Donald Haskin, a professor emeritus at the University of Arizona, does offer one interpretation of the figure, which he worked on in the early 1970s.
"It's like empty armor," he said. "It wasn't intended to be figurative."
He added: "A lot of people like it. Some don't. Some people don't know what it is."
The sculpture was completed in 1972 and was one of several pieces of art that went up in downtown Tucson in the early '70s