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...to the granitic chaos as “a natural work of art”. The Vostell Malpartida Museum officially opened in 1976 with the inauguration of VOAEX (Viaje de (H)ormigón por la Alta Extremadura [Car in Concrete] – a concrete outdoor sculpture installed among the gigantic granite rocks. The mass of...

...as a starting point but also reflected the artistic training of the artist. Born in Sao Paolo and raised in Rio de Janeiro, Burle Marx made his way to Berlin in 1928 to study painting. Two years later he returned to Rio to take courses at the National Academy of the Arts, quickly beginning...

...is at the top of the hierarchy of Ecological art. Participation of the audience, mobilization for causes, unveiling of scandals: it goes without saying that “involved and militant forms of creation inspire awareness and concrete action.” (p. 249) But this call for participation takes us...

...rural organized by the Centre international d’art et du paysage (International Center of Art and Landscape) in 2017, in the context of the exhibition Transhumance and of the Journées nationales de l’architecture. Following his intervention at the symposium, Philippe Bettinelli granted us a...

...before the lighthouse of Biarritz. It unveils artworks by eleven artists, each exploring a facet of love or of its expression: Madeleine Berkhemer, Jérémy Demester, Tadashi Kawamata, Grout/Mazéas, Bernhard Martin, Laure Mary-Couégnias, Jay Nelson & Rachel Kaye, Stéphane Pencréac’h,...

Marianne Lanavère, director of the Vassivière Art Center, Martina Sabbadini, artist and researcher, and Indian artist Hemali Bhuta, present the artist residencies of the Vassivière Art Center. Centre international d’art et du paysage Île de Vassivière 87120 Beaumont-du-Lac France

...and Marc Sautivet, founder of the first sculpture symposium on the Vassivière island, present the Centre international d'art & du paysage (International Art & Landscape Center), its history and evolution throughout the years. Centre international d’art et du paysage Île de...

...retracing sixty years of this pioneer in textile art. Whirlwinds of textures and colored waterfalls share the exhibition space with more intimate and smaller pieces called Minimes. Here is an invitation to dive into a universe of vegetal forms, ancestral gestures and color vibrations, and...

...works by international artists featured as part of Harbour Arts Sculpture Park. In a city that currently lacks an ongoing public art experience at this scale, this initiative was an important step towards demonstrating the potential for public art across these sites in Hong Kong. Harbour...

...  Following the walk along The Line takes about three hours to complete, winding through East London and its waterways, providing a unique experience of modern and contemporary art in this part of the city. This project was conceived by art dealer Megan Piper and the late urban regeneration...