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Art in Public Places: the archive of the PADT

Art in Public Places: the archive of the PADT

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Founded in 1983, the Public Art Development Trust (PADT) was the first agency of its kind in the UK devoted to instigating and developing public art projects across the country.

In 2005 the archive of the PADT came to Leeds and is stored in the Discovery Centre as part of the Leeds Museums and Galleries collection. This booklet focusses primarily on sculptural projects, a small part of the mainly paper based collection comprising of some 176 boxes.

With an introduction by Stephen Feeke and Claire Sawyer, and texts by Ellen Tait on various PADT projects:

Bellingham Green, Lewisham, London (1985)
Baltic Wharf, Bristol (1985-86)
Dorset Rise, Blackfriars, London (1986-88)
Basingstoke Railway Station, Hampshire (1988-90)
Thames Barrier Park, London (1991-96)
Northern Junction Roundabout, Lewisham, London (1992-95)
Inland Revenue, Nottingham (1993-95)
BAA Art Programme, Heathrow Airport, London (1992-98)
Hinxton Hall (Wellcome Trust Genome Research Centre), Cambridgeshire (1994-96)
Kings Cross Public Art Programme, London (1994-99)
The Fourth Plinth, London (1995-98)
The National Theatre, London (1995-2001)
Paddington and Church Street Project/Paddington Basin Project, London (1995-2003)
Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain, London (2000-02)
The Children’s Museum (undated)

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