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About this issue
The main focus is of articles in this issue is on what cities and their governments been doing to encourage, and benefit from, art and art-related activity. The contributors explore places for the making of art, also selling art, showing it, enjoying it and exploiting it. From a focus on themes in the first four papers, the contributors turn to places, ranging from Britain to Korea, to the Middle East and the Netherlands.
Martin Crookston is a strategic planning consultant. An urban economist and planner, he was a member of Lord Rogers’s Urban Task Force, where he chaired the Working Group on Design & Transport. He is author of Garden Suburbs of Tomorrow? A New Future for the Cottage Estates and is a member of the Built Environment Editorial Board.