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...and highly influential American artist David Smith(1906-1965) from 22 June2019 to 5 January 2020. Widely hailed as one of the 20th century’s outstanding sculptors, this is the first solo exhibition of Smith’s work in the UK since Tate Modern’s 2006 project and the largest ever...

...called “Outlooks” which allows young creators to display their work for a season. Storm King Art Center just celebrated its 50th anniversary. David Collens has been its director and curator since 1976. Storm King Art Center 1 Museum Road, New Windsor, NY 12553 USA stormking.org

...that has been forgotten. Since 2002, the Selvaag Gruppen and the Aspelin Ramm Gruppen have been developing some of Oslo’s most ambitious urban projects: the Tjuvholmen neighborhood is an ecosystem of businesses, high finances, luxury condos and culture. Conceived according to Renzo Piano’s...

...a vast room for the permanent collection. This amazing gallery, which has no walls and embraces the natural slope of the site onto which it was built, brings together famous names of modern and contemporary art. It forms a diverse ensemble of about 20 pieces including, among others, a neon...

...of the figure’s lower half, include Battammaliba architecture from Benin and Togo; the teleuk of the Mousgoum people of Cameroon and Chad; and the construction forms of Mammy’s Cupboard in the American South. Eyeless, with a flattened face, the head addresses viewers with a complex treatment...

...Rocks have been carved, sculpted and cut again and again; in the cuts and in their veins, one can see the work of ancient and rudimentary chisels. Rows of trees line up paths that seem to wander but that in reality are submitted to the vision of those who designed them, once upon a time....

Antony Gormley Royal Academy of Arts, Main Galleries (London, United Kingdom) 21 September – 3 December 2019 In September 2019, the Royal Academy of Arts will present a solo exhibition of the internationally acclaimed British sculptor Antony Gormley (b. 1950), the most significant in the UK...

...is the imposing chaos of granite rocks piling up against the horizon, forming large, smooth platforms lined with heather and moss. In Malpartida, near Cáceres, the presence of granite intensifies and the natural monument “Los Barruecos” offers an impressive experience to the senses. The...

...extraordinary beauty, but also for environmental awareness, Roberto Burle Marx (1909-1994) was a leader in creating estates that took nature as a starting point but also reflected the artistic training of the artist. Born in Sao Paolo and raised in Rio de Janeiro, Burle Marx made his way to Berlin...

...a monumental head directly north of the small plaza where 59th Street and Fifth Avenue intersect. Manders has an established reputation in Europe; in 2013, he represented Holland at the Venice Biennale. This work is formidably mysterious, even formidably so. It consists of an androgynous head,...