It's two weeks before the start of ArtPrize, and there is already some controversy about one of the exhibits.Our news partner, WZZM has been reporting on the Henry Brimmer work, 'There's Something Happening Here', which features steel figures of military men, on top of the Urban Institute of Contemporary Arts.

Good idea? Art for art's sake? Some don't think so. Some say they look like snipers.

According to CWD Real Estate, the owner of the building that houses the UICA, the exhibit is different from what was described by the artists. They said, "We'll have to be more cautious in the future."

AJ Paschka, the UICA curator, said 'There's something happening here' is a "work of art" and he's happy to host Brimmer's exhibit. As for interpreting the temporary installation, he said, "Look at the title, 'There's Something Happening Here', which is the first line of 'For What It's Worth' by Buffalo Springfield," well-known as a protest song."

Any thoughts?