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...with storks that have settled here make up one of the most singular natural images of the Iberian peninsula. When facing such beauty, it is easy to understand why Wolf Vostell, major European artist of the second half of the 20th century, chose to build a museum here. Certainly under the...

...twelve Louise Bourgeois sculptures, on display in the Rijksmuseum gardens from this spring, will form an intimate journal of recurring themes in the life and work of the artist. Several of the works relate to Bourgeois’s childhood, for example. The monumental works Spider (1996), Spider...

...the surrounding area, conceived by the founders of the Hong Kong Art Centre and finally inaugurated this year, as the organisation celebrates its fortieth anniversary. This inaugural exhibition was curated by Tim Marlow, artistic director at the Royal Academy of Arts, and Fumio Nanjo, director...

...in 2006: “Seeming to grow from the beds of the Hirshhorn plaza gardens, this crowd-pleasing work adds a vibrant focal point to the museum’s world-class display of international sculpture,” explains associate curator Mika Yoshitake. The cucurbit still holds a special place in...

...Garden opened only in 1980, followed by the adjoining Levi Sculpture Garden in 1988. Why did the museum decide to create not one but two sculpture gardens? Oliver Shell: The Wurzburger and the Levi families were both involved with the Baltimore Museum of Art and they each had a sculpture...

...collection of sculptures, I was far from imagining the scale of its size and its diversity. Located less than 15 minutes by cab from downtown Antwerp, this English style park covers over 70 acres of large prairies, woods and meticulously landscaped spaces holding rare plant specimens. At the...

...Their sheer uselessness mocks the utility-thinking of the machine age. Which is the framework of The Machine Spectacle, an exhibition the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam. Over a hundred machine sculptures, films and drawings shed light on Tinguely’s artistic development and ideas, from his...

On a hot summer day, I cross the threshold of the Museum of Grenoble, seeking out shade and coolness. There, I am greeted by the poetic world of Spanish artist Cristina Iglesias and taken on a gentle, almost motionless journey, through the depths of a diversity of spaces. I dive into a rich and...

...for the outdoor space located on the fifth floor of the museum. Two towering windmills use the west wind blowing over the Meatpacking District, between the High Line and the Hudson River where the museum’s new building is now located, to pump air into the water of three circular basins of...

Nine magnificent sculptures by Henry Moore, three of the most beautiful Aristide Maillol, eight Auguste Rodin, and other masterpieces by Henry Laurens, Jacques Lipchitz, Barbara Hepworth, Richard Serra, Robert Morris, Robert Rauschenberg, Gwynn Murrill, John Mason, Herbert Ferber, Peter Voulkos,...