Text topic: Comparative Situation Analyses
Text author: Славица Радишић
This paper explores the development of the public art policies and legal and financial mechanisms in the domain. The research is conducted in a form of a comparative analysis of three different public art policy approaches - the United States, France and the United Kingdom. In the text is presented the historical development of the 1% for art regulation from its origination in the early 1930s to the most recent time when this kind of regulation is usually maintained on the local or the regional level. Furthermore, modifications of the typical percent for art regulation introduced in recent times are also explored. Besides the 1% for art regulation, some other ways of supporting public art projects are analyzed. They could be classified in two groups:projects supported through the special public commission programs and projects supported through the public-private partnerships.