Public art has successfully transform its character from the early years of taking care of artists, elevating environmental quality, promoting public art education, and such singular requests to a synthetic one that becomes an important medium that touches the borderlines of public and private fields, touches the heart of modern art creation, touches the aesthetic conscious of the people, and gradually dissolves the distinctive relative concept. Therefore, we find out that public art is not restricted only within the regulated public architectures but walks out of restrictions and establishes a rooted influence within the overall public space. The artworks and projects collected in this year’s yearbook showcase this kind of trend.

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