Núm. 3 (2002)

Waterfronts of art II. Las artes en el desarrollo urbano

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Waterfronts and Public art: a problem of language
Antoni Remesar
3-26
The new waterfront: segregated space or urban integration? Levels of urban integration and factors of integration in some operations of renewal of harbour areas
João Pedro Costa
27-64
Preservation as Art: Japanese Waterfront s
Richard W. Berman
65-70
Catherine de Lorenzo
71-78
Nara Iwata
79-86
The Waterfront Image and Urban Culture. The waterfront as the City's Facade. Barcelona case
Nadia Fava
87-92
Participatory processes in the Barcelona's waterfront development
Antoni Remesar, Xavi Salas, Sergi Valera
93-108
Coastal Band. Pilot case in the Bay of Panama
Tatiana Sousa, Geronimo Espitia
109-111
Pedro Brandão
113-131
Malcolm Miles
133-141
‘Places between’: three tactics in critical spatial arts.
Jane Rendell
143-144
Ron Kenley
145-152
Public Art Policy and Planning: the Australian way
Richard Brecknock
153-161
Pierre Gaconnet
163-170
The Public and The Private in Public Art. Some case studies of recent and current projects in Cardiff Bay
Wiard Sterk
171-176
The Body of the Beached Whale
John Gingell
177-184
The Millennium Square Leeds: Civic Space, Public Arts and Social Facilitation
Doug Sandle
185-207
Art crossing Hiroshima Project 2001, spring as an urban development strategy
Yasuyo Kudo
209-216
River life: a meandering intervention
David Haley
217-226
For public art: An interdisciplinary link
John E. Kenny
233-241
Nature as Protest: A Tree in the Machine
Nicola Kirkham
243-251
Blanca Fernández
253-257
PACA’s Speculative Proposals - an alternative approach to Public Art
Sian Everitt
259-265
Reuse of a container crane
Pedro Ressano García
267-269
Loitering Parisian Journey
Stefania Kenley
270-275
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