Sculpture

Fabian Marcaccio Wins Bernhard Heiliger Award for Sculpture

Fabian Marcaccio Wins Bernhard Heiliger Award for Sculpture

In 2011, the fourth Bernhard Heiliger Award for Sculpture honors the Argentina-born artist Fabián Marcaccio. The award ceremony will be held on September 10, 2011, at the Berlin Academy of Arts at Pariser Platz. The solo exhibition on that occasion at Berlin Georg Kolbe Museum opens September 11 and runs until November 20, 2011. The […]

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OPEN International Exhibition of Sculptures and Installations at Venice Lido and San Servolo Island

OPEN International Exhibition of Sculptures and Installations at Venice Lido and San Servolo Island

The fourteenth edition of OPEN, the International Exhibition of Sculptures and Installations will be held at Venice Lido and San Servolo Island. from September 1st to October 2nd, 2011, in conjunction with the 68th Venice Film Festival. At this venue the Milanese photographer Marina Gavazzi is presenting an installation built from iron scaffolding tubes taken […]

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Royal Botanic Garden in Edinburgh Presents Thomas Houseago: The Beat of the Show

Royal Botanic Garden in Edinburgh Presents Thomas Houseago: The Beat of the Show

The Royal Botanic Garden in Edinburgh presents Thomas Houseago: The Beat of the Show an outdoor sculpture exhibition on view through 21 July, 2012. The first major outdoor exhibition of sculptures by the British artist Thomas Houseago ever to be staged, The Beat of the Show comprises new and recent large-scale works, mostly in bronze […]

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2012 OZ Minerals Copper Sculpture Award Winners

Adelaide based artist Mei Sheong Wong is the winner of the 2012 OZ Minerals Copper Sculpture Award. This is the second year OZ Minerals has offered this award as part of the South Australian Living Arts (SALA) Festival. OZ Minerals Managing Director and CEO Terry Burgess commented “South Australia is very well known for the […]

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Centre international d’art et du paysage on Vassivière island Presents Thomas Houseago  What Went Down

Centre international d’art et du paysage on Vassivière island Presents Thomas Houseago What Went Down

Centre international d’art et du paysage on Vassivière island presents the first solo exhibition in France of the British-born, LA-based artist Thomas Houseago: What Went Down on view through 23 October 2011. Thomas Houseago’s monumental and anthropomorphic sculptures have invaded Aldo Rossi’s building and the sculpture’s wood on Vassivière Island. Struck by the landscape, the […]

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Albright-Knox Art Gallery Presents Kathryn Walker Installation

Albright-Knox Art Gallery Presents Kathryn Walker Installation

A new installation by the artist Kathryn Walker has opened at Albright-Knox Art Gallery’s Gallery for Small Sculpture. On view July 22–September 25, 2011. SANGHA is composed of more than one thousand miniature terracotta pots, each carefully painted and collaged by the artist. Finished in an array of patinas and textures, each work in the […]

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Vancouver Art Gallery Offsite Presents Elspeth Pratt

Vancouver Art Gallery Offsite Presents Elspeth Pratt

For the fourth installation at Vancouver Art Gallery Offsite, renowned Vancouver sculptor Elspeth Pratt draws on architectural forms as inspiration to investigate how the built environment circumscribes public space. While her artworks negotiate the line between abstraction and representation, her ideas are manifest through her use of ready-made industrial materials that refer to or negate […]

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Straat van Sculpturen The Third Sculpture International Conference

The Street of Sculptures is the organiser of a recurring art project in the public domain of the Bijlmermeer. In five large-scale art events, artists from the Netherlands and abroad investigate both the history and the more recent development of this renowned district of Amsterdam. The artists will be presenting temporary or (semi-) permanent projects […]

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New Sculpture Commission for the Scotsman Steps by The Fruitmarket Gallery

The Fruitmarket Gallery has commissioned a new work of public sculpture by Turner-Prize winning Scottish artist Martin Creed for Edinburgh’s historic Scotsman Steps. Work 1059 is a feast for the eyes—104 steps leading from the Scotsman Hotel on North Bridge to Waverley Station and The Fruitmarket Gallery on Market Street, each step clad in a […]

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ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum Presents Your rainbow panorama by Olafur Eliasson

ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum Presents Your rainbow panorama by Olafur Eliasson

ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum presents a new work by Olafur Eliasson on the roof of the Danish art museum ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum. The world-famous Danish-Icelandic artist has created this permanent work of art consisting of a circular, 150-metre-long and three metre-wide circular walkway in glass in all the colours of the spectrum. Mounted on slender columns […]

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Public Art Project on Tour in Basel by Manfred Kielnhofer

Public Art Project on Tour in Basel by Manfred Kielnhofer

The world’s premier international art show for Modern and contemporary works, Art Basel features nearly 300 leading galleries from North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia and Africa. Manfred Kielnhofer, Art Basel More than 2,500 artists, ranging from the great masters of Modern art to the latest generation of emerging stars, are represented in the show’s […]

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SculptureCenter Spring 2011 Exhibition

SculptureCenter Spring 2011 Exhibition

SculptureCenter presents Time Again, an exhibition on view May 9–July 25, 2011, that explores the language of repetition, bringing together works that destabilize conventional ways of seeing and considering what is past and what is present. Engaging gesture, image sequence, material affect, and displaced narrative, the works on view create disjunctions with the way the […]

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