1984 · Washington, DC
by Harris, Stacy Paleologos; Richard Andrews; Cesar Pelli and Nancy Rosen; et al.
Washington, DC: Partners for Livable Places, 1984. Softcover. VG- (Ex-lib., label at front cover, name in ink at ffep; Light-to-moderate wear and scuffing to wraps). White paper wraps, gray titles. A triangle of whole booklet cut from top spine, with 2.5" edges, and velcro-ed to the main book at the front--no text in little booklet. 80 pp. Ilustrated throughout, chiefly in color. Five essays exploring the definition of art in public places: Artists and the visual definition of cities: the experience of Seattle -- The chemistry of collaboration: and architect's view -- Alternative sites and uncommon collaborators: the story of creative time -- The social dimension: art that's more "as" than "on" -- From autocracy to integration: redefining the objectives of public art.
(Inventory #: 129907)