Fri 30 May 2008, The Independent

Raphael: The Freeing of St Peter (1514)

By Tom Lubbock
Site-specific is a bit of art-speak coined in the 1970s and still current. It describes, obviously, an artwork made specifically for and in response to a particular place. It need not be a permanent fixture. Often it isn't.
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