Art in Public Space (1): Place. Space. Art. Today we start a series of articles regarding the legal and social aspects of public art (street art, art located in public spaces, commissioned art, etc.).
Art in Public Space (2): art might be public, but what about the rights? Art in public spaces is so common that we rarely ask ourselves about various conflicts of interests behind it. In this second article in a set, the author talks about tensions that might arise between the artist and the commissioner of the artwork, as well as about public interests and their rights to object against the work.
Art in Public Space (3): Public art and freedom of panorama This article explores the "freedom of panorama" concept and different approaches to regulating it throughout European countries and abroad.
Art in Public Space (4): Commissioning of a public artwork In the last but one article the author talks about the process of commissioning of a public artwork and the differences existing in the regulation thereof depending on location.