by Kevin Gould
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Antoine Robitaille summarizes the arguments for and against moving the Calder “Man” in from its original setting, but doesn’t take a side, instead simply saying the city has to get more serious about public art.
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Among the points Robitaille doesn’t address, one stands out. As mentioned on this blog a week or two ago, the city wants to make Parc Jean-Drapeau a bigger tourist draw. How can removing a major work of art from the park contribute to that goal?
Maybe some people don’t regard Man as “fun” enough?
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