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Europeans Begin Asking If They Can Afford Public Sculpture

December 7, 2012

"In many countries across Europe, public art is ingrained in government policy," with many regions requiring that a percentage of public construction budget be used for art. But in a time when government spending is being slashed across the continent, "some are beginning to question whether public art is money well spent." The Wall Street Journal 12/06/12

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