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Permanent public display

Under Australian law, there is a good deal of freedom to photograph or copy sculptures and other artistic three-dimensional works considered to be on ‘other than temporary’ public display. According to the law, permanently exhibited sculptures in public places can be freely sketched or photographed by students, and the resulting images published.

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Permanent public display