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In collaboration with the Fundación Eduardo Chillida-Pilar Belzunce, Les Abattoirs, Musée – Frac Occitanie Toulouse offers a monographic exhibition dedicated to Spanish sculptor Eduardo Chillida (1924-2002) until August 26th, 2018. Four rooms of the basement of Les Abattoirs host more than...

“Let’s listen to the world as to a vast musical piece – a piece of which we are the composers.” R. Murray Schafer This beautiful quote could be the motto of “Les Carnets du paysage”, one of the main French publications on the notion of landscape. Created in 1998 by the École nationale...

Did you know that while visiting the Tuileries Garden you can discover year round sculptures by artists such as Giuseppe Penone, Henri Laurens, Etienne Martin, Gaston Lachaise or Germaine Richier? Often times public commissions, or loans from the Fonds national d’art contemporain (French...

August’s Picks - 02/08/2018
Chillida in the Rijksmuseum Gardens Rijksmuseum Gardens, Amsterdam (The Netherlands) Until September 23rd, 2018 Guest curator: Alfred Pacquement This summer, nine monumental sculptures by Spanish Basque artist Eduardo Chillida are exhibited at the gardens of Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum...

April’s Picks - 01/04/2018
Re-naissance, ici et maintenant! Hans-Walter Müller Le Cyclop by Jean Tinguely, Milly-la-forêt (France) Inauguration Saturday April 7th at 8:30pm Every year, Le Cyclop, a monumental sculpture and collaborative artistic project led by Jean Tinguely and located in the forest of Milly since...

December’s picks - 05/12/2017
Sculpture Nature’s December selection of exhibitions, outings and news. Subarnarekha (La ligne d'or) Hemali Bhuta CIAP Centre International d’Art et du Paysage, Île de Vassivière (France) Opening Saturday December 2nd, 2017 Until March 11th, 2018 During her three-month residency at the...

  Animitas is the most recent large scale outdoor installation by French sculptor Christian Boltanski. It is installed in Chile’s Atacama Desert. It is composed of eight hundred small Japanese bells attached to long stems planted in the ground. The bells, chiming to the wind, let out...