Search

Search result(s) for : Washington

...United States, and her first solo exhibition in Washington, D.C. The daughter of a woodcutter from a long line of peasant farmers, von Rydingsvard spent several of her early years in the wooden barracks of refugee camps in Germany at the end of World War II. Her works offer subtle hints of...

...artist best known for her Vietnam memorial in Washington, D.C., offers three transparent ten-foot poles, each them containing a single stalk of prairie grass, with the tips of the grass making their way out of the top of the tubes, each of which are supported by struts. According to Lin, the...

...installations—including one under the arch in Washington Square Park; and another, in front of the southeast entrance to Central Park—as well as posters at bus stops and banners on light poles. This undertaking has consolidated Ai Weiwei as a major public figure in art worldwide. But the...

...in the works for Manhattan, Wisconsin, and Washington D.C., as well as a new series of smaller works in the studio. There is a catalogue in the works as well. The works span a variety of scales (from 18” to 18’ in various pipe diameters ); working on them and getting them installed will...

...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 work adds a...

...others that I’ve enjoyed are Hirshhorn in Washington, D.C. and while it is more than a sculpture park, Millenium Park in Chicago is amazing. Baltimore Museum of Art 10 Art Museum Drive, Baltimore, MD 21218-3898 Telephone: (443) 573-1700 The Janet and Alan Wurtzburger Sculpture Garden...

...Chartreuse, quoted from a letter by Nic Baker III to J. Pallasmaa, October 2013 4 Max Picard, The World of Silence (1948). Gateway Editions, Washington 1988, quoted by J. Pallasmaa in his lecture ‘Voices of Tranquility. Silence in Art and Architecture’ 5 Old Gibellina in Italian

...competition for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington D.C. (United States). The design was originally controversial but has since become an undisputable reference. Since then, the American artist and architect has become famous through other commemorative monuments (the Civil Rights Memorial...

...in Los Angeles, the National Gallery of Arts in Washington D.C. or the PMA in Philadelphia. In order to remain as close as possible to LeWitt’s intentions, landscapers and the PMA team have chosen to use a computer algorithm allowing them to select and arrange the flowers according to their...

...Vuitton), airports (New York, Philadelphia, Washington DC), sculpture parks (Storm King Art Center, Omi International Arts Center), among others… Alice Aycock, Park Avenue Paper Chase, March 8 - July 20, 2014 Plus d'informations : www.aaycock.com - www.galeriethomasschulte.de