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Pittsburgh struggles to revamp its "percent for art" law 

Two recent public-art projects funded partly by the City of Pittsburgh: "Shady Liberty," Sheila Klein's pedestrian bridge connecting East Liberty and Shadyside, and the Industrial Arts Co-op's "The Workers," at South Side Riverfront Park

Image credit: Workers photo courtesy of Larry Rippel

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