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Il Grande Cretto di Gibellina, 2015 An interview with filmmaker Petra Noordkamp Il Grande Cretto di Gibellina is a short documentary film about the monument Grande Cretto by Italian artist Alberto Burri. Gibellina is a small town located in central Sicily that was destroyed by an earthquake in...

Following the footsteps of the Unlimited program of the Art Basel fair in Switzerland, the FIAC has stretched out of the Grand Palais for the past few years to display outdoor pieces, questioning the relationship between art, nature and urban space. The Tuileries gardens, the Botanical gardens, the...

...White Cube Gallery, and a surprising work by Ernesto Neto at the Tanya Bonakdar Gallery. Frieze New York May 14-17, 2015 Future dates: May 5-8, 2016 Randall's Island Park, New York, NY www.friezenewyork.com

...d’Apollon. Installed at the Domaine in June 2015, these two “relocated” pieces tell a lot about the choices made at the sculpture park. First, it is a collection primarily made of monumental sculptures created, for the most part, by famous artists. However, the Peyrassol sculpture park...

...the salt desert of Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia in 2015. This formidable human adventure gives life, this time, to an ephemeral white planet, an encounter with matter, gesture and light. Guillaume Barth’s projects are ambitious; they touch different parts of the body, heart and mind. It seems to...

Céline Flécheux - 19/06/2019
...catalogues (J’aime les panoramas, MUCEM, 2015) and monographs on contemporary art (Nancy Rubins Work, Steidl, 2013; Abraham Poincheval, L'épaisseur de la montage, 2013, éd. P). She co-directs the collection Les Contemporains with Magali Nachtergael at Manucius and at Editions P where...

...Anthropocene, how can we clearly show it? In the 2015 exhibition Exit, philosopher and urbanist Paul Virilio managed to give a non-repulsive image of the “anti-Eden”, for in art images have a power of seduction and repulsion. Did he turn the disaster into a great spectacle? Probably, but...

...Nonas (New York, 1936). On a winter day of 2015, the artist opened the door of his New York studio to us. Below, a podcast where the artist shares with Sculpture Nature a few of his personal thoughts on the link between sculpture and landscape and on his own artistic research and...

...Body Preparing for Monadic Singularity (2015) interacts beautifully with the magnificent Serralves museum conceived by Pritzker Prize laureate Álvaro Siza Vieira. Inseparable from a green coat that spreads around it, the piece is a strange mass: a black cube disemboweled by two blood...

...from across a vineyard patch: Boxes Full of Air (2015) and Wall of Light Cubed (2007). These two works feature her signature geometries: one of them plays with “full”, pink and gray-colored blocks of stone, whereas the other plays with “hollow” metallic frames that seem to fragment the...