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Jesse Ensling. Letting Nature Reveal Itself

Jesse Ensling. Letting Nature Reveal Itself

. June 24, 2014

“I love carving a stone and letting it tell me where it wants to go,” Jesse Ensling says of his sculptures. “It is a process that speaks to me and connects me to a past when carving stone was just beginning.” A painter as well as a sculptor, Ensling captures nature in many forms in […]

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8th Shenzhen Sculpture Biennale

. May 10, 2014

OCT Contemporary Art Terminal (OCAT) Shenzhen announce the artists who will participate in the 8th Shenzhen Sculpture Biennale, open May 16–August 31, 2014. The works selected for the Biennale elicit subtle levels of involvement, whether by inviting action, reflection, critique or contemplation, based on the free judgment of the viewer. The selected artworks use references […]

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Guggenheim Bilbao opens Ernesto Neto: The Body that Carries Me

Guggenheim Bilbao opens Ernesto Neto: The Body that Carries Me

. March 6, 2014

Guggenheim Bilbao presents Ernesto Neto: The Body that Carries Me on view February 14–May 18, 2014, a unique retrospective dedicated to the work of Ernesto Neto (b. 1964, Rio de Janeiro), one of Brazil’s most outstanding artists who is internationally renowned for his organic sculptures, which often take on colossal dimensions, such as the enormous […]

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Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art Acquires Jeff Koons Sculpture

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art Acquires Jeff Koons Sculpture

. March 3, 2014

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art has acquired Hanging Heart (Gold/Magenta), a monumental sculpture by internationally recognized artist Jeff Koons, which was installed in the museum this week, just in time for Valentine’s Day. The bright gold heart, which measures some 9 1/2 feet wide, surmounted by an enormous magenta stainless steel “ribbon,” in now […]

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Swiss Sculpture Exhibition Biel-Bienne Le Mouvement: Performing the City

. January 30, 2014

The 12th edition of the Swiss Sculpture Exhibition continues the innovative spirit of the format by offering the most radical edition yet. True to its provocative legacy of sixty years, the three-folded exhibition Le Mouvement challenges the very definition of public art by creating no sculpture at all. The exhibition is dedicated to performance in […]

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