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Why Art

Why Art

“So long as government and law provides for the security and well-being of the men in their common life, the arts, literature and the sciences, less despotic though perhaps more powerful, fling garlands of flowers over the chains which weigh them down. They stifle in men’s breasts that sense of original liberty, for which they … Continue reading

Public art within the politics of urban change

Public art within the politics of urban change

We need more urgently than architectural utopias, ingenious traffic disposal systems, or ecological programmes – to comprehend the nature of citizenship, to make a serious imaginative assessment of that special relationship between the self and the city; its unique plasticity, its privacy and freedom. ~ Raban Continue reading

Public Art

Public Art

City, a word that has gained so much of importance that phenomenon like opportunity, success, and career are all read along with it. People either migrate or they are born in a city, both ways it’s most certain that they will be a part of the rat race. The race for money and power, the … Continue reading