Contemporary Art Quilter Pat Pauly's random thoughts and excursions made public.
Thursday, September 10, 2015
One Percent Rule
Louise Nevelson's work "Bicentennial Dawn" in Philadelphia has an enormous granite building wrapped around it. I couldn't figure out how to get inside, so just looking through the glass was my option. It's "A Multi-Unit Sculpture" from 1975. Philly's 1959 rule that asks developers spend one percent of the construction costs for public art.