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Qatar Museums Authority installs Sarah Lucas sculpture

Qatar Museums Authority installs Sarah Lucas sculpture

Qatar Museums Authority has installed ‘Perceval’, a public art made by British artist Sarah Lucas at Aspire Park. Sarah Lucas Perceval Qatar Museums Authority Perceval’ is a life-sized bronze sculpture of a Shire horse pulling a cart with two oversized squash. The subject matter reflects Lucas’ fondness for re-examining everyday objects in unusual contexts. The […]

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Cordell Taylor Crafts Steel to Show Spirit  at Agora Gallery

Cordell Taylor Crafts Steel to Show Spirit at Agora Gallery

Cordell Taylor creates sculptures that represent the sharp broken edges of cliff faces and rock formations. Working with block forms, Taylor cuts and fits the shapes together, building compositions into pieces that are seemingly honed from one piece of stone, an impression increased by the way the elements intersect and impede each other’s physical space. […]

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Georgia Museum of Art presents Remixing History. Manolo Valdes sculpture exhibition

The Georgia Museum of Art at the University of Georgia presents Remixing History. Manolo Valdes on view through APRIL 30, 2013. Born in Spain and currently living and working in New York and Madrid, Manolo Valdés is known for his paintings, prints, drawings and sculptures, which draw heavily from Spanish art history through appropriating and […]

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Sharon Brill’s Ocean Inspired Art at Agora Gallery

Sharon Brill’s Ocean Inspired Art at Agora Gallery

Israeli-born sculptor Sharon Brill works reductively to create her evocative porcelain objects. Working on a pottery wheel, Brill’s process is archaeological. Sharon Brill. Conch 2j After creating a stratified piece, she removes the outer layers, carefully cracking through the surface, digging to reveal the core object. Combining an intuitive process with a restrained aesthetic, this […]

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Nic Fiddian-Green STILL WATER sculpture on view at the National Sporting Library and Museum

Nic Fiddian-Green STILL WATER sculpture on view at the National Sporting Library and Museum

Nic Fiddian-Green (British b.1963- ) is best known among Britons for elevating equestrian fine art to its highest levels. Over his 30-year long career creating monumental sculptures of horses’ heads – a passion sparked when he first laid eyes on the Elgin Marble Selene Horse at The British Museum, Fiddian-Green has devoted his life to […]

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Bill Culbert to represent New Zealand at the 55th Venice Biennale

Bill Culbert to represent New Zealand at the 55th Venice Biennale

Acclaimed sculptor, photographer and installation artist Bill Culbert will represent New Zealand at the 55th Venice Biennale in 2013. Culbert (b. 1935) is a maker of elegant, poetic, and often dazzling sculptural installations that harness the qualities of electric light and make striking use of found materials. From suitcases pierced with fluorescent tubes, to chandeliers […]

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Art 43 Basel. Art Parcours

Art 43 Basel. Art Parcours

The Art Parcours sector at Art Basel presents site-specific artworks and performances in the historical quarters of Basel. In its third year, the 2012 edition of Art Parcours has moved to the St. Johann neighborhood of Basel. From Wednesday, June 13 to Sunday, June 17 thirteen locations will be transformed by renowned international artists. Claude […]

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PinchukArtCentre presents solo exhibition by Anish Kapoor

PinchukArtCentre presents solo exhibition by Anish Kapoor

The PinchukArtCentre presents the first comprehensive solo exhibition by Anish Kapoor in Eastern Europe, on view now through 30 September 2012. The show includes a selection of the artist’s most iconic works together with a new monumental steel work created specially for the PinchukArtCentre. Anish Kapoor, Shooting into the Corner, 2008–2009. Mixed media, dimensions variable. […]

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MACHINE Tears, A George Sherwood Exhibition Opens May 23

MACHINE Tears, A George Sherwood Exhibition Opens May 23

Boston Sculptors Gallery presents MACHINE Tears an exhibition of work by George Sherwood on view May 23 – June 24, 2012. Receptions: Saturday, May 26, 4-7pm, SOWA First Friday, June 1, 5-8pm. George Sherwood’s traditional sculpture oeuvre explores aesthetic systems of space, time and the dynamic relationships of objects in motion. The choreography of each […]

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Manfried Kielnhofer presents his futuristically illuminated seating furniture “Light Ball Bench” which stands for the fine line between various different antagonisms

Manfried Kielnhofer presents his futuristically illuminated seating furniture “Light Ball Bench” which stands for the fine line between various different antagonisms

The “Glowing Light Ball Bench” created by Manfred Kielnhofer was present at the Light Art Biennial Austria. The bench, which has a very simple design, consists of three light balls and two wooden board perforates that lay over the light balls. Contrasting structural dynamics of the artist Manfred Kielnhofer provides analytically with his artistic work […]

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Blue Star Contemporary Art Center announces Scale. A Gathering of Sculptors international conference

Blue Star Contemporary Art Center announces Scale. A Gathering of Sculptors international conference

Blue Star Contemporary Art Center is pleased to present Scale: A Gathering of Sculptors, an international conference featuring renowned sculptors from five countries who will present their work. This symposium offers a unique opportunity to interface, network and partake in dialogue with international artists and Public Art Network representatives. Blue Star Contemporary Art Center Tickets […]

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NEW FIGURAL SCULPTURES BY SOPHIE DICKENS CELEBRATE AESTHETIC AND MUSCULAR ENERGY OF OLYMPIC ATHLETES AT SLADMORE CONTEMPORARY

NEW FIGURAL SCULPTURES BY SOPHIE DICKENS CELEBRATE AESTHETIC AND MUSCULAR ENERGY OF OLYMPIC ATHLETES AT SLADMORE CONTEMPORARY

LONDON – Sophie Dickens’ work as a sculptor is figurative, not conceptual, and she describes her subjects as ‘within the context of traditional art.’ Her inspiration comes from Michelangelo, ancient Greek tradition and the ‘kinematic” skills of photographer Eadward Muybridge, with an emphasis on muscularity and circular forms. Her talents are reflected in a new […]

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