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...26th, 2018. Four rooms of the basement of Les Abattoirs host more than sixty works created between 1952 and 2002: sculptures, maquettes, prints, drawings, posters, artist editions and photographic archives. La gravedad insistente (“Insistent gravity” in English) let’s us discover...

...moments in this moving environment. Cristina Iglesias’s works are often monumental and imposing. Ready to face time, they invite me, each in their own way, to question my relationship with duration, chronology, and cycles. Instantaneous invitations to a change of scenery, from a forgotten...

April’s Picks - 01/04/2018
...with the Fundació Chillida-Pilar Belzunce, Les Abattoirs (Toulouse) offers an exhibition bringing together approximately 60 sculptures and graphic artworks from 1948 to 1999. The implication of art in the public space and in nature was one of the artist’s favorite themes and is developed...

January’s Picks - 10/01/2018
...a selection of works from the collections of Les Abattoirs, the Musée – Frac Occitanie Toulouse and the Frac Occitanie Montpellier, the exhibition is presented at the Toulouse media center and meanders through the trees, plants and imaginary worlds that inhabit and haunt the forest. To...

November’s Picks - 19/11/2018
...visual work – paintings, wire sculptures, stabiles, mobiles, jewelry, etc. – and the exceptionally innovative character of his works and artistic approach. Every day, at 2pm, a museum technician sets Calder’s mobiles in motion.   Glass Tea House Mondrian, Hiroshi Sugimito et...

July’s Picks - 02/07/2018
...(France) In 2018, the site in Porquerolles will be open to the public from June 2nd  until November 4th. The Carmignac Foundation site was inaugurated on June 2nd, 2018 on the Island of Porquerolles, the largest of the three islands of Hyères, in the region Provence-Alpes-Côte...

February’s Picks - 01/02/2018
...the Nevada desert between Las Vegas and Los Angeles: seven gigantic thirty to fifty-feet-high columns made of balancing rainbow colored rocks. The exhibition also features monumental and ephemeral sculptures by Scottish artist Karla Black, who uses very delicate materials such as cosmetic...

November’s picks - 05/11/2017
...Dávila: Sense of Place LAND Los Angeles Nomadic Division (USA) Until May 27, 2018 LAND – a non-profit organization based in Los Angeles and focused mainly on public art – has commissioned Mexican artist Jose Dávila for a monumental “migrant” sculpture composed of forty...

...in Great Salt Lake, one of the most iconic examples of Land Art. In 1971, Charles Ross started to build Star Axis that is still ongoing today. All of them made possible by the support of a modern day patron, Virginia Dwan, who is quietly and consistently stayed in the background until now. This...

...Venet exhibition at the Château de Versailles in 2011, the documentary Venet / Sculptures retraces the French artist’s work and highlights his career’s key moments. Facing the camera, the artist relates his artistic pathway, favoring a chronological narration: from his first sculpture...