Public Art Preservation in Venice: Non-Public Wellheads and Fountains

YEAR: 2004 | TERM: E


Public Art


Aaron Edward Kelley; Gregory I. Ratner; Matthew J. Schmaelzle; Orest Thomollari


H.J. Manzari

As our society places more and more emphasis on technological development and further advancement of our civilization, historical heritage is often forgotten. Public art serves as a reminder of the great cultural past. It is significant not only because of its historical and artistic value but also due to its wide availability for everyone to enjoy and experience. Without proper care outdoor art is slowly deteriorating and vanishing from sight.