Sculpture

Lismore Castle Arts presents Monuments exhibition

Lismore Castle Arts presents Monuments exhibition

Lismore Castle Arts presents Monuments an exhibition on view throughSeptember 2013. Monuments at Lismore Castle Arts features five artists whose work addresses the role that monuments and memorials play in our society. The exhibition includes sculpture, works on paper, video and performance, with notable pieces that include large fragments of a reconstruction of the Statue […]

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Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden presents Over, Under, Next: Experiments in Mixed Media

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden presents Over, Under, Next: Experiments in Mixed Media

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden presents Over, Under, Next: Experiments in Mixed Media 1913–Present,” an exhibition of approximately 100 works drawn largely from the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden’s collection, on view through Sept. 8. The first in a series of permanent collection-related exhibitions leading up to the museum’s 40th anniversary in 2014, “Over, Under, […]

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Tate Modern opens Saloua Raouda Choucair exhibition

Tate Modern opens Saloua Raouda Choucair exhibition

Tate Modern presents Saloua Raouda Choucair an exhibition on view 17 April–20 October 2013. Comprising over 120 works, many of which have never been seen before and are being exhibited for the first time, this exhibition will bring together paintings, sculptures and other objects made by the artist over six decades, reflecting her interests in […]

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Serpentine Gallery shows Fischli/Weiss Rock on Top of Another Rock

Serpentine Gallery shows Fischli/Weiss Rock on Top of Another Rock

Serpentine Gallery presents Fischli/Weiss Rock on Top of Another Rock a unique installation on view through 6 March 2014 in Kensington Gardens, outside the Serpentine Gallery, echoing the earliest and most basic types of monuments found around the world: two colossal rocks seemingly balanced precariously one on top of the other. Fischli/Weiss Rock on Top […]

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Culturgest presents Portrait of Michel Auder and Rui Toscano: Sound Sculptures 1994–2013

In 1994, Rui Toscano (b. 1970, Lisbon) produced a sound sculpture that was to prove decisive for the development of his artistic practice over the following years. Bricks are Heavy (as it was called) marked the beginning of a long line of works in which the artist simultaneously uses the radio cassette player as a […]

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Middelheim Museum Presents Antony Gormley Sculpture Exhibition

Middelheim Museum Presents Antony Gormley Sculpture Exhibition

Middelheim Museum presents an exhibition of work by Antony Gormley on view now through 05.05.13. Antony Gormley, Firmament lll (2009) © Joris Casaer The oeuvre of Antony Gormley (1950, United Kingdom) can be viewed in prestigious galleries and museums all around the world. Gormley becomes the second guest artist to display works in the newly […]

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Chatsworth House Trust opens William Turnbull sculpture exhibition

Chatsworth House Trust opens William Turnbull sculpture exhibition

Chatsworth House Trust presents an exhibition of work by William Turnbull on view from 10 March – 30 June 2013. William Turnbull Chatsworth House The exhibition of Scottish artist William Turnbull’s work, sculpture, paintings and drawing are displayed in the North Sketch Gallery and in the garden, curated by Clare Lilley, from the Yorkshire Sculpture […]

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Modern Art Oxford presents Hans Josephsohn sculpture exhibition

Modern Art Oxford presents Hans Josephsohn sculpture exhibition

Modern Art Oxford presents an exhibition of work by Hans Josephsohn on view through 14 April 2013. Hans Josephsohn, Untitled, 1995–96. Semi-figure. Brass, 155 x 68 x 46 cm, Edition of 6. Installation view, Kesselhaus Josephsohn, St.Gallen. Courtesy the Josephsohn estate, Hauser & Wirth and Kesselhaus Josephsohn/Galerie Felix Lehner. Photo: Katalin Deér, Kesselhaus Josephsohn. Josephsohn’s […]

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Badischer Kunstverein opens Jurgen Drescher dig it

Badischer Kunstverein opens Jurgen Drescher dig it

Badischer Kunstverein presents Jurgen Drescher dig it open 25 January–1 April 2013. Jurgen Drescher, Wedge, 2012. Photo: Wendelin Bottländer. Badischer Kunstverein is pleased to present Jürgen Drescher with his most extensive solo exhibition in Germany to date. For over three decades, Drescher has been negotiating in his works the formal, poetic, and performative potentials of […]

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