アートはまちに何をもたらすことができるのでしょうか。 東京都現代美術館キュレーターの藪前知子さんが、 人や歴史やコミュニティの往来から生まれる、「都市計画」とは異なる「まちの流れ」について語ります。街や地域の公共空間でのアートの在り方について考えるきっかけになるプレゼンテーションです。
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