The cultural policy of Taiwan stipulates 1% of the project budget of construction should be used to install public art. This policy is criticised by artists and the academics as institutionalizing public art. The critics also claim that it is more important to make improvement to the environment before putting up installation of public art.

台灣的文化政策規定1%的工程預算必須用作設置公共藝術。有關條例受到學界及藝術家的抨擊。他們認為條例令到公共藝術流於形式化。此外,在設置公共藝置前應先改善和優化周邊環境。
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Location code CLP.07.02.06
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Chinese - Traditional

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6 Feb 2007

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United Daily News, 6 Feb 2007, p. C6

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1

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Why Should We Cram Art into a Poor Environment?, 環境欠佳 何必硬塞藝術