The Art Journal’s blogs are uniformly very good so it’s a special pleasure to have a nice mention of this blog by Glenn Weiss, former director of the Broward County Public Art Program, the King County Public Art Program, 911 Media Center and the Storefront for Art and Architecture in New York.

Glenn’s blog, Aesthetic Grounds, has been running since January. He’s identified (and joined the rest of we public art watchers) a vacuum of critics of this important, popular and political art form – public artworks.

Read his comments about other public art blogs – both “volunteers” and publicly funded at Volunteer Websites for Public Art.