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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...

...who invited artists such Andy Goldsworthy and David Nash to create site specific artworks for his garden. During our encounter with Anne Berk, she mentioned a few artists to keep an eye on, recommended exhibitions and shared books which had a major impact on her career as an art critic and...

...horticulture and contemporary sculptures. David Nash, Ai Weiwei, Giuseppe Penone, Zhang Huan, Masayuki Koorida, George Rickey and Jenny Holzer: these artists were chosen because their work seemed to resonate with the principles of the Japanese garden and the park’s more global missions....

...were selected: Charred Wood and Green Moss by David Nash, Sans titre by Bernard Calet, Moulage by Roland Cognet, Vannhus by Per Barclay and Graines de Lumière by Erik Samakh. These restorations, which will be undertaken in collaboration with the artists, require significant financial...

...created over a very long period of time, as with David Nash’s Ash Dome, the installations all allow us to feel eternity into the moment. De la nature à l’œuvre eternalizes this ephemeral art which questions our own human condition. De la nature à l’œuvre, Virginie Luc, Editions...

...children and even (why not?) to adults. Authors David A. Carter and James Diaz first provide an overview of the history of sculpture throughout the ages and then give the reader a closer look at ten of the most influential sculptors of the 20th century. But what makes this book truly original is...