sculpture

Art for Life’s Sake: A Retrospective of Pioneering Feminist Artist Hannah Wilke

The Pulitzer Arts Foundation in St Louis presents nearly 120 of the American artist's works, spanning three decades...

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Material Transformation: An Interview with Holly Hendry

Millie Walton speaks to London-based artist Holly Hendry about experimenting with materials, responding to space and breaking down boundaries...

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Rafael Pérez Evans: Perishable Art

Millie Walton speaks to Welsh-Spanish artist Rafael Pérez Evans about agricultural protest and the innate symbolism of materials...

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Wabi-sabi: The Beauty of Imperfection at Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery

It’s not easy to exhibit nine artists in one space and create a genuine sense of cohesion, but Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery’s latest group show Wabi-Sabi achieves exactly that...

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A Year of Georg Baselitz Exhibitions

The work and career of German artist Georg Baselitz will be celebrated through a series of solo exhibitions in New York, Venice and Paris...

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Henry Taylor at Hauser & Wirth, Somerset

A review of American artist Henry Taylor's solo exhibition at Hauser & Wirth, Somerset...

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White Cube Presents Julie Curtiss’ First London Exhibition

Parisian artist Julie Curtiss' debut London exhibition will feature a bold collection of new paintings, works on paper and sculptures...

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Rachel Whiteread: Symbolism & Storytelling

A review of Rachel Whiteread's solo exhibition 'Internal Objects' at Gagosian Grosvenor Hill, London...

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The Fluid Sculptures of Richard Stone

Stone suggests almost endless textures and characteristics, requiring time and study to find the complementary partner to the artist’s vision...

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Things: Gail Olding

An excerpt from Trebuchet 9 : Materials. Conceptual Artist Gail Olding on the use of things. ...

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Spectral Illuminations

Light and perception experiments in the work of Barbara Kasten...

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Cathrin Hoffmann Debut Solo Exhibition

IT STILL SMELLS OF NOTHING features installation and sculpture by Hoffmann for the first time, alongside some of the artist’s largest and most ambitious paintings to date. ...

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Landmark Exhibition Marks 50th Anniversary of the Isle of Wight Festival

Wight Spirit, 1968–70 is comprised of new sculptures by Guy Portelli and a selection of photographs — some never seen before — by the late Charles Everest....

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Bone Carving of Bird Found in Spoil Heap ‘Oldest Work of Chinese Art’

Professor Zhanyang Li, lead author of the research, called the statue, which is less than an inch long, a “missing link” in the art world....

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Fags, Birds and a Couple of Guns

A Nancy Fouts retrospective will feature work spanning several decades, including some of her best loved sculptures and framed works alongside some unseen pieces....

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Banksy Withdrawn From Sotheby’s After Rival Artist Claims Ownership

The Drinker, estimated at £1m, was removed from the street by Andy Link in 2004 but later 'liberated' from his East End garden....

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Antony Gormley in Talks With French Government

The UK sculptor is moving ahead with an ambitious installation located on the coast of Brittany, northern France. ...

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New Major Solo Exhibition For Jeff Lowe

In the Close Distance features sculptures that mark a shift in the artist's usual aesthetic through a change in technique, material and bold use of colour. ...

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The Platform Graduate Award 2019

The Platform Graduate Award is showing the work of talented emerging artists throughout November at the MK Gallery. ...

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Danh Vo First Major London Solo Exhibition

Untitled continues Danh Vo’s largely conceptual practice, weaving together archival fragments and personal references....

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Pioneering Kinetic Artist Takis Has Died at 93

Greece’s culture minister Lina Mendoni said: “For more than 70 years, Takis was a pioneer, an artist whose childish curiosity of the forces of the universe never ended.”...

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Largest Solo Presentation to Date of British Artist Sam Lock

Now/here showcases Lock’s affinity with ‘process art’, marking him out as a leading contemporary exponent of this methodology. ...

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Emii Alrai Presents Tutelaries in London Solo Debut

A new installation of sculptures echo ancient tombs and their spiritual presence to express the concept of safety usually associated with a sacred location.  ...

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First Monographic Exhibition of Sculptor Barbara Hepworth

The British artist revolutionised sculpture with her development of a new aesthetic sensibility founded on the language of form and volume....

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Kevork Mourad Inspired by Old Testament for Solo Exhibition

Seeing Through Babel explores the Old Testament story of Babel, using visual imagery as a means to connect people across the language divide....

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Tasting the Statue

A sculpture on Trafalgar Square's Fourth Plinth made from 10,000 date syrup tins has inspired a new cookbook by artist Michael Rakowitz....

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Russell Brand’s Cousin To Fly Metal ‘Paper Plane’ Over Trump’s Wall

Charles Saatchi discovery Samuel Zealey is converting his Inverter Wing sculpture for an airborne performance....

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Art UK Launch Largest Ever UK Sculpture Cataloguing Project

The UK will become the first country in the world to create a free-to-access online photographic showcase of its publicly owned sculptures. ...

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Othello Inspires UK’s Largest Cast Bronze Sculpture

The UK’s largest cast bronze sculpture, Messenger, will be installed in front of Theatre Royal Plymouth in spring 2019....

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‘Weapons’ Removed From Van Gogh Sculpture

Controversial items relating to the artist's life were scrapped from original design over fears they could be linked to drug, knife and gun crime....

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