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UT’s first public art policy on the cards, draft ready

By Thetribune calender  09-Sep-2019

UT’s first public art policy on the cards, draft ready

The UT Administration is preparing a public art policy on the pattern of world-famous cities like Chicago, Sydney, New York and London.
It has readied a draft of the policy, which will be placed in the next meeting of the Chandigarh Heritage Conservation Committee, for its approval. Once approved, works of art will be installed in the city in consonance with the policy.
The city’s first public art policy will also ensure strict compliance of the edict of the city prepared by Le Corbusier, a Swiss-born French architect, who was against installation of statues of personalities. He designed an abstract symbol of Open Hand as an emblem for the city, instead of glorifying any national hero or icon. Le Corbusier and his cousin Pierre Jeanneret had created several art works in the Capitol Complex and the Assembly buildings.

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