Claiming Ground: Twenty-five Years of Tasmania's Art for Public Buildings Scheme
Published by Quintus Publishing Limited, a joint initiative of Arts Tasmania and the University of Tasmania, this book showcases 80 of the more than 800 works of art commissioned under the Tasmanian Governments' 'Art for Public Buildings Scheme'. The 112 pages feature more than 250 stunning colour photographs of the art works in situ and are testimony to the creativity of Tasmania's artists and the thriving art context in general.
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