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...drawings, textiles--at an indoors gallery at the New York Botanical Garden [NYPG]). His first project, a garden planned in the early 1930s in conjunction with architect Lucio Costa, demonstrated what brought attention to Burle Marx from the start: the extraordinary visual weaving of plants and...

...geometric style has never gone out of favor in New York, taken as we are here by the hard-edge street corners and tall buildings that act as a frame for Herrera’s show, even downtown (above Wall Street), where the buildings do not regularly attain the height of skyscrapers in midtown. City...

...16–October 27, 2019 The MET The Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Roof Gallery 926 New York, United States

...cohabitate in the bountiful imagination, altogether fantastic and comical, that permeates Max Ernst’s entire work. Max Ernst Kasmin Sculpture Garden 509 W 27th Street New York, NY 10001 USA Visible from the High Line From 24 janvier 2019   1 p. 44 from the Catalogue Max Ernst....

...André Wogenscky’s architecture. The 1.5-acre garden hosts about fifteen monumental sculptures by Marta Pan. Most of them are made of steel and a few of marble. Dominique Amoureux, director of the Fondation, explains they not only all interact with each other, but also with the surrounding...

...elsewhere than at the Museum of Modern Art in New York? Yet, here they are, next to one of Serra’s Ellipses, at the Franklin D. Murphy Sculpture Garden, a free public garden located on the campus of UCLA, in California. I knew about the park, but I had no idea of how rich and diverse it...

...sprouted at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden (Washington, United States). This is Yayoi Kusama’s famous Pumpkin, which became the emblem of Naoshima Island in Japan since its installation in 2006: “Seeming to grow from the beds of the Hirshhorn plaza gardens, this crowd-pleasing...

...I would have to say that Storm King in New York state is my favorite. Be sure to bring good shoes if you go ! ScNa: How were the two gardens designed ? What are their major highlights? Brad Pudner: The Wurtzburger Garden includes a series of bluestone plazas for...

...the galleries are somehow turned into interior gardens, echoing the outdoor space of the terrace and of the landscape surrounding the museum. Additionally, the visual link between the three space — galleries, terraces and landscape — instinctively triggers a reflection on the ecosystem of...

...with others, such as the teahouse, the zen-style garden or the bonsai garden and a series of contemporary artists’ sculptures, scattered around the garden. While some of the structures might be imposing, they never take over the nature surrounding them. As for the sculptures, they blend so well...