sculpture

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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‘Site Unseen’ Explores Making and Seeing

  ‘Darren Coffield’s ‘Orgreave’ ite Unseen’ is a group show inaugurating the new exhibition premises of Dellasposa in Lancaster Gate. A New Space for Contemporary Art It...

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Sculpture and expression

Sarah Sitkin: Bodies in decline, bodies at rest...

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Frieze Explores the Possibilities of Political Activism in Art-making

Frieze continues to be a key destination for collecting institutions around the world, enabling the entry of works by today’s most forward-thinking artists....

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Looking for the Next Generation

It is the time of the season. The young ones are putting their artwork on show at the outset of what they hope will be a long and successful vocation as artists....

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Rossana Martinez Artist

An insight into the practice of artist Rossana Martinez....

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Emilio Vedova, Icon of Radical Italian Art

The hero of radical Italian art in who painting is reinvigorated as the premier medium encompassing all others. ...

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DaliParis, re-opens with Dali the Sculptor at its centre

  here are two good reasons for taking a fresh look at the work of Salvador Dalí. The first is that Matthew Collings, in his insightful television series, This Is Modern Art, and its companion...

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London Arts Fair 2018 at the Islington Business Centre

Painting, sculpture, photography, multimedia and dialogue in the heart of Islington, London...

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Bloomberg New Contemporaries

When the idea is to introduce new voices in contemporary art, it helps not to have the judging panel overshadow the artists...

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Loitered Lens: Frieze London International 2017- Sculpture Garden

Colour and comment: A look back at Frieze 2017...

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Bread Houses, Dreaming Horses: Urs Fischer

Haunting or playful? Urs Fischer's unique sculpture proves you can have both...

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One Two Three Swing! Superflex at Tate Modern

It's Swing Time! Globalisation, mobilisation and empowerment at Tate Modern...

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Frieze London International Art Fair 2017

Subverting, and sometimes satisfying expectations, Frieze returns to London...

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‘If I was on a desert island I woudn’t make art’: Gavin Turk [Interview]

Narcissicism or Self-Portraiture: A Problem Solved?...

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“I want to show greatness, fragility, softness and power.”: Alexis Peskine

Peskine's nail sculptures transform anger into hope and pride...

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Everywhen Dreaming: Richard Stone

Capturing the essence of 'an English dreaming' at Kristen Hjellegjerde Gallery...

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Casting Off: Rachel Whiteread at Tate Britain

Charting absence, memory, and loss through the familiar, reimagined...

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Eva Gold: A Bead of Sweat, Stilled

Simple yet loaded interventions at 3 Ada Road...

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Monira Al Qadiri: The Craft

Kuwaiti-cana? Exploring gender, politics and petro-cultures at Gasworks...

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The Manicured Wild (Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery)

Johnny Briggs and Evy Jokhova explore the gap where man and nature meet at Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery...

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Treasures From the Wreck of the Unbelievable (Damien Hirst)

Part fantasy, part Hollywood, all Hirst. The master of spectacles hits Venice...

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Something Nasty Trickles Down: Benedict Drew (Whitechapel Gallery)

Exploring exactly what is falling from above in the trickle-down economy...

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Art in Adversity: Magdalena Abakanowicz Remembered

Looking back on the life and career of Polish sculptor Magdalena Abakanowicz...

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Alberto Giacometti at Tate Modern

An extensive retrospective at Tate Modern sees Alberto Giacometti's works embodying human anxieties and alienation...

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Viewing the Inner Billygoat: Self-Portraiture at Whitechapel Gallery

Portraiture becomes an extension of the artist in search of deeper answers, at Whitechapel Gallery...

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Fight Fire with Fire: Cie Carabosse at Womadelaide (Interview)

Cie Carabosse go beyond firepots and flashworks with their Exodus of Forgotten Peoples installation...

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Architecture as Metaphor – Griffin Gallery, March 9 – April 21st

So ubiquitous we hardly notice it, Architecture is among our primary metaphors. Griffin Gallery explores the notion...

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