Asking “What about Art?” & The Possibilities for Public Art

originally published here The South Shore Journal, Vol. 2, 2007, pp.72-90. By Deborah Landry PUBLIC ART DEFINED “Public Art” fits a much broader definition than art in a gallery or a museum. In simple terms, public art is any work of art or design that is created by an artist specifically to be installed, permanently or temporarily, in a public space. The scope can range from works monumental in size to small nuances added to architecture. Production can involve casting […]

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