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By Mark McClelland At New York’s High Line a handful of vendors operate from trailers clustered between its southern entrance and the new...

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It is universally understood that the quality of public realm determines the liveability of cities and towns. Accessible to all, public realm is the...

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Lately I’ve been thinking about Undesign. I know that’s a strange word and perhaps someone has a better one. One way or another, I’ve spent...

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by Mark McClelland The Australia I inhabit has become a place where order and conformity are admired while deviation from the norm is generally...

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As a pretty regular traveler over Sydney’s Anzac Bridge I’ve watched the Edwin Davey Flour Mill site with interest over many years. Although...

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We are delighted to announce that Artmap Studio has been appointed as the curator for the Wynyard Walk project (working title 'Wynscreen'). When...

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Artmap recently travelled to Brisbane to see one of our projects in situ. Emblem by artist Geoffrey Ricardo is a 6.5m tall copper kangaroo that has...

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above: worms - aarhus bay, 2015. Image courtesy of the artist, Gary Deirmendjian Denmark's largest visual arts event, the fourth Sculpture by the...

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Artmap's Creative Director Mark McClelland and Studio Manager Amanda Jelicich-Kane returned last week from a trip to Luanping County in Hebei...

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Artmap Director Harry Partridge gave a compelling talk last month on the nature of public art at a cultural event hosted by Chinese Architects and...

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