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Designed by avant-garde French-born artist Niki de St. Phalle who spent the final years of her life in San Diego, the Coming Together Statue is a ceramic and mirror mosaic public artwork. It adorns a plaza at the intersection of Harbor Drive and Eight Avenue situated near the San Diego Convention Center. The 28-foot-tall sculpture depicts a dual-faced figure that represents the light and dark facets of a human personality with its colorful ceramics and monochromatic mirrors. One side of the face has masculine characteristics, and the other side depicts feminine traits.