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Kyiv Sculpture Project Prize 2014: call for applications

. November 13, 2013

Kyiv Sculpture Project announces the open call for submissions for the Kyiv Sculpture Project Prize—the first international sculpture prize in Ukraine. Kyiv Sculpture Project 2014 (KSP)—the non-profit festival of contemporary sculpture in urban space—announces the open call for artists under 35 from all around the world to participate in the exhibition of the Main project […]

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BRITISH DEALERS INVADE NEW YORK WITH A TROVE OF PAINTINGS, JEWELRY AND RARE MAPS, ALL AVAILABLE AT THE INTERNATIONAL FINE ART & ANTIQUES DEALERS SHOW, OCTOBER 25-31 AT THE PARK AVENUE ARMORY

BRITISH DEALERS INVADE NEW YORK WITH A TROVE OF PAINTINGS, JEWELRY AND RARE MAPS, ALL AVAILABLE AT THE INTERNATIONAL FINE ART & ANTIQUES DEALERS SHOW, OCTOBER 25-31 AT THE PARK AVENUE ARMORY

. October 7, 2013

London: Fourteen pre-eminent British art and antique dealers will cross the pond with a veritable treasure chest of paintings, jewelry, rare maps, sculpture and furniture – all for the purpose of enticing buyers attending the 25th edition of the International Art and Antique Dealers Show, the 7-day extravaganza that opens on October 25. Among the […]

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Ancient Egyptian Sculpture being shown by DR. ROBERT R. BIGLER at Tenth Annual BASEL ANCIENT ART FAIR

. September 12, 2013

ZURICH – At the Tenth Anniversary BASEL ANCIENT ART FAIR (www.baaf.ch) November 8 – 13, Zurich art dealer, Dr. Robert R. Bigler, (www.bigler-finearts.com) a specialist in Asian and Egyptian Art, will be showing an extraordinary collection of over 70 Egyptian objects that includes a graywacke torso of a king originating from Egypt and the early […]

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Colorado Wildfire Shapes Sculpture – “ICE FIRE”

Colorado Wildfire Shapes Sculpture – “ICE FIRE”

. July 20, 2013

After last year’s High Park wildfire in Colorado, which destroyed hundreds of homes, artist Mark Wharton and his wife Leslie found very little left in the ashes of their self-built solar home and studio. Their mountaineering tools were some of the few remains they were able to recover. The Whartons relocated to Bellingham, Washington to […]

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Kunsthallen Brandts presents Eva Steen Christensen and Tina Maria Nielsen sculpture exhibitions

Kunsthallen Brandts presents Eva Steen Christensen and Tina Maria Nielsen sculpture exhibitions

. July 13, 2013

Kunsthallen Brandts presents Eva Steen Christensen and Tina Maria Nielsen two sculpture exhibitions on view through 15 September 2013. The exhibiting artists are Eva Steen Christensen (b. 1969) and Tina Maria Nielsen (b. 1964). The two artists have worked together previously in connection with skulpturi.dk, an artist-run exhibition project. At Kunsthallen Brandts they will present […]

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Metropolitan Museum of Art presents Ken Price Sculpture: A Retrospective

Metropolitan Museum of Art presents Ken Price Sculpture: A Retrospective

. July 4, 2013

The Metropolitan Museum of Art presents Ken Price Sculpture: A Retrospective an exhibition on view through September 22, 2013. For more than 50 years, Los Angeles artist Ken Price, who died on February 24, 2012 at the age of 77, made innovative works that helped redefine contemporary sculpture by advancing the medium of clay well […]

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Noguchi Museum presents Highlights from the Collection: Reworked exhibition

Noguchi Museum presents Highlights from the Collection: Reworked exhibition

. July 1, 2013

Noguchi Museum presents Highlights from the Collection: Reworked an exhibition on view through September 1, 2013. The first example includes two groups of objects Noguchi made inspired by Constantin Brancusi in the 1930s, following his apprenticeship in Brancusi’s studio, when he was still very much under the Romanian’s influence and two decades later, in homage […]

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