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News 23/08/2017

Adrián Villar Rojas on the roof of the MET

The New York Metropolitan Museum of Art has invited young Argentinean artist Adrián Villar Rojas (1980, Rosario, Argentina) …

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News 25/07/2017

La Petite Littorale #1

La Petite Littorale will take place at the Parc écologique Izadia in Anglet (on the Basque country coast) …

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News 20/07/2017

Anish Kapoor at Brooklyn Bridge Park

Born in Bombay in 1954, Anish Kapoor now lives and works in London. He is particularly well known …

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News 15/07/2017

Frieze Sculpture Park 2017

For the first time, this year Frieze Sculpture Park is open all summer with 23 works scattered throughout …

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News 30/06/2017

Fantasmagorie — Edith Derdyk

During three weeks we followed the making of the installation Fantasmagorie (2017) by Brasilian artist Edith Derdyk, in …

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News 05/05/2017

La Conque in Nanterre : nouvelle adresse by Claude Rutault

Sandrine Moreau, visual arts manager of the City of Nanterre, presents nouvelle adresse, a work of art by Claude Rutault …

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News 25/04/2017

Interview with Manon Thirriot

Manon Thirriot just spent a month at the NEKaTOENEa creation residency, at the heart of the Abbadia estate …

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News 11/04/2017

Encounters in Hong Kong — Art Basel 2017

Art Basel Hong Kong’s Encounters is an exhibition of monumental works displayed throughout the unconventional context of a …

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News 29/03/2017

Tony Cragg: A Rare Category of Objects at Yorkshire Sculpture Park

This year, the Yorkshire Sculpture Park celebrates its fortieth anniversary with an exhibition of works by Tony Cragg, …

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News 12/03/2017

Marisa Merz:
The Sky Is a Great Place

at MET Breuer

Now 86 years old, Marisa Merz is the only woman participant in the outstanding art movement called Arte …

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News 14/02/2017

The Fourth Plinth Shortlist Exhibition

‘Utter rubbish’ said a man who sidled up to me in the foyer of the National Gallery at …

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News 07/02/2017

Rivage, Rivages. The catalogue of La Littorale’s 6th edition.

La Littorale is an international contemporary art biennale held in the city of Anglet on the Côte Basque. …

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News 01/02/2017

Sea Music: the restoration of the sculpture can start.

The Poole Museum (United-Kingdom) just announced, with a lot of enthusiasm, that they successfully obtained their Stage 2 Heritage …

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News 16/01/2017

Géométrie Habitée — Interview with Anabelle Soriano

Annabelle Soriano’s exhibition, currently on view at the Georges-Pompidou gallery and outside the Quintaou Theater in Anglet, is …

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News 12/01/2017

City Sculpture Projects 1972

If you have the pleasure of strolling the streets of the historical center of Leeds, in the United …

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News 21/12/2016

Pumpkin by Yayoi Kusama at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

Since December 10th, a gigantic yellow pumpkin with black polka dots has sprouted at the Hirshhorn Museum and …

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News 06/12/2016

A present for everyone — Christmas 2016

Emmanuel Berry, Rodin, published by Editions Xavier Barral, 120 pages, 49 black and white photographs, bilingual French-English, 2016. …

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News 08/11/2016

Movement as the Essence of Life. Jean Tinguely in the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam

Say Jean Tinguely and people start smiling. Everybody knows his humourous moving machines of old bicycle wheels, rusted …

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News 04/11/2016

Julie Chaffort, Somnambules at the Bullukian Foundation in Lyon

Until the end of December, Julie Chaffort, who was awarded the third Bullukian Prize, offers an unusual experience …

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News 02/11/2016

Creation: Margaux Othats Artist-in-Residence at La Petite Escalère

Margaux Othats has been selected for LPE’s fall 2016 residency for francophone authors-illustrators. The selection committee included Marion Jablonski, Director – Albin …

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News 24/10/2016

PERCEPTIONS #3 – Arts and Science at the Abbadia Castle

Space takes the form of how I see things. — Hubert Reeves, astrophysicist Until November 2nd, 2016, the …

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News 22/10/2016

FIAC Hors les murs 2016

Since 1974 and every year at the end of October, the Foire International d’Art Contemporain (FIAC) hosts art …

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News 19/09/2016

Sculpture Network 14th International Forum

This year, the 14th International Forum organized by Sculpture Network will take place from September 29th to October …

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News 23/08/2016

Olafur Eliasson, Versailles 2016

Discover the three outdoor installations by Danish artist Olafur Eliasson, in the gardens of the Palace of Versailles. …

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News 11/08/2016

LANDMARK at Socrates Sculpture Park, New York

Socrates Sculpture Park is turning 30 years old this year. Once an industrial landfill, the park is located …

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News 26/07/2016

Cristina Iglesias
at the Grenoble Museum

On a hot summer day, I cross the threshold of the Museum of Grenoble, seeking out shade and …

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News 22/07/2016

Arnaga 2016 Contemporary Art: Interview with Jean-François Larralde

  Since June 17 and until October 16, 2016, Villa Arnaga, Edmond Rostand’s house in the Basque country, …

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News 15/07/2016

Virginia Overton presents Sculpture Gardens at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York

The Whitney Museum of American Art has commissioned artist Virginia Overton (1971, Nashville, Tennessee) to create an in …

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News 06/07/2016

Postcard from Chaumont-sur-Loire

The Loire River gently flows, down on its way to the estuary: a calm, smooth movement, only fragmented …

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News 23/06/2016

SFMOMA Reopens With Several Gardens, Terraces, and Galleries for Sculpture

The first piece of work installed in anticipation of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art’s $610 million …

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News 12/06/2016

Arte Sella, Città delle idee. Interview with Filmmaker Luca Bergamaschi

Arte Sella sculpture park was created in the Spring of 1986 as a civil response to the Chernobyl …

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News 05/06/2016

Yayoi Kusama Takes Over the Glass House

In 1966, for the 33rd Venice Biennale, Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama decided to install hundreds of metallic spheres …

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News 28/05/2016

Bernar Venet’s Sculptures in Public Spaces in Two Cities: Budapest and New York

Do cities have their own psyche? In a Jungian sense, they do. It is an opaque, ever pulsating …

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News 25/05/2016

Public Art in New York, Summer 2016 (2/2)

Here is the second part of our stroll around New York to let you discover public art on …

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News 17/05/2016

Martin Puryear’s Big Bling at the Madison Square Park, New York

Opening on May 16, the Madison Square Park will present its thirty-third public art exhibition that will be …

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News 10/05/2016

Public Art in New York, Summer 2016 (1/2)

10New York is a vibrant city in terms of outdoor activities, particularly when the first nice days of …

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News 25/04/2016

La mémoire des sols at Abbadia


Until June 26, 2016, La Maison de la corniche Asportotsttipi, at Hendaye’s Abaddia estate, is hosting the exhibition …

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News 21/04/2016

Troublemakers: The Story of Land Art. Interview with the filmmaker James Crump

Aniko Erdosi: In January you released your second documentary film “Troublemakers: The Story of Land Art.” When I …

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News 21/04/2016

1976-2016: 40th Anniversary of Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden

It’s in 1976, a year after Barbara Hepworth’s death, that the “Trewyn Studio”, located in Saint Ives in …

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News 12/04/2016

Les carnets du paysage, varia

“Let’s listen to the world as to a vast musical piece – a piece of which we are …

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News 08/04/2016

The Crowdfunding Trend

The Chinati Foundation, based in Marfa in the Texas desert, has announced last week that it had successfully …

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News 22/03/2016

Empty Lot by Abraham Cruzvillegas

For the past six months, the Turbine Hall of the Tate Gallery (London) has been hosting Empty Lot, …

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News 16/03/2016

Picasso.Sculptures

For Picasso, the dialogue between painting and sculpture started when he was 10, while he was first studying …

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News 11/03/2016

Calme-toi, Lison by Jean Frémon

Louise Bourgeois, a free woman.        Louise, Louise Bourgeois, the woman who creates spiders, and so …

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News 10/03/2016

CERAMIX

Art and ceramics From Rodin to Shütte Starting Wednesday March 9th, the exhibition CERAMIX opens for three months …

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News 25/02/2016

ScNa’s Peek at the Web

Each month, we are inviting you to browse the web and discover our selection of exhibits, places, personalities, …

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News 03/11/2015

Dan Graham, guest of honor in France

Currently, American artist Dan Graham is undeniably the most prominent foreign artist in France. No less than three …

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News 03/11/2015

ScNa’s peek at the web

Each month, we are inviting you to browse the web and discover our selection of exhibits, places, personalities, projects …

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News 19/10/2015

A preview of FIAC 2015 Hors les Murs

Following the footsteps of the Unlimited program of the Art Basel fair in Switzerland, the FIAC has stretched …

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News 01/10/2015

ScNa’s peek at the web

Each month, we are inviting you to browse the web and discover our selection of exhibits, places, personalities, …

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News 13/09/2015

Lynda Benglis at Storm King

Active for more than half a century, Storm King functions as a major center for contemporary sculpture in …

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News 13/07/2015

Pierre Huyghe explores time from the MET Roof Garden

French artist Pierre Huyghe installation includes ancient living species and Palaeolithic rocks in an aquarium with changing walls. The …

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News 08/07/2015

Teresita Fernandez’s Fata Morgana at the Madison Square Park

Since 2004, the Madison Square Park Conservancy has invited well-known public artists and sculptors—Tony Cragg, Richard Deacon, and …

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News 17/06/2015

Agnes Denes at Socrates Sculpture Park

Agnes Denes, a major public art, land artist now in her eighties, still living downtown in New York …

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News 09/06/2015

Editor’s picks at 2015 Frieze New York

For the fourth year in a row the Frieze Art Fair took place on Randall’s Island, a 35 …

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News 18/05/2015

Please Touch the Art Come and play with Jeppe Hein !

  The Danish artist invites you to participate in all his Brooklyn Park installations. Appearing Rooms creates ephemeral …

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News 10/04/2015

Dan Graham and Günther Vogt atop the MET in New York

Every summer, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York commissions an outdoor installation to be displayed on the …

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News 14/01/2015

Walks of life, Tony Cragg in New York

This winter, Madison Square Park Art is displaying three monumental sculptures by English artist Tony Cragg. Mixed Feelings, …

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News 04/01/2015

De la nature à l’œuvre by Virginie Luc

Through the works of twenty one artists, this book by Virginie Luc explores the poetic link between nature, …

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News 30/12/2014

La forêt d’art contemporain

Since 2011, fifteen works of art have been installed on the grounds of the regional natural park of …

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News 26/12/2014

You Call That Art? A book-object for young sculptors

Sculpture is also for children. You Call That Art? is an unusual and playful way to introduce sculpture …

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News 15/12/2014

John Gerrard installs a solar power plant in Manhattan

It is an extremely sophisticated and monumental LED wall. Thanks to computer simulation, Irish artist John Gerrard virtually …

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