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Sculpture Nature met with Philippe Bettinelli, visual arts collection (1961-1990) curator and public art advisor at the CNAP, during the symposium L’art dans l’espace rural organized by the Centre international d’art et du paysage (International Center of Art and Landscape) in 2017, in the...

The seminar Art in the Rural Sphere has been organised in the framework of the Transhumance exhibition-trail and for the Architecture National Days. The seminar was the occasion to develop themes like the contemporary art creation in the rural areas, public art projects and contemporary sculpture...

Iceland’s parliament, the oldest functioning legislative body in the world, currently meets in a small brick building in downtown Reykjavík. A towering statue of 19th century independence figure, Jón Sigurðsson, looks over the parliament house, Alþingishús, from a modest park across the...

Do cities have their own psyche? In a Jungian sense, they do. It is an opaque, ever pulsating plasma created by their geography, history, architecture, and the lives and stories of the individuals who populate and breathe them on the daily basis. And the only way to get to know it, to get access to...

Here is the second part of our stroll around New York to let you discover public art on view in the city throughout the summer 2016. Tom Friedman, Looking Up On view until the end of July 2016 Park Avenue and East 53rd Street, New York American artist Tom Friedman is notorious for using...

10New York is a vibrant city in terms of outdoor activities, particularly when the first nice days of spring arrive. We are taking you on a stroll to let you discover a selection of the many installations and temporary outdoor sculptures displayed throughout the city. Martin Creed, Work No. 2630...

Carmen Herrera is now 104 years old. She is receiving, at long last, the attention she deserves. Originally from Cuba, the artist made her way to New York in the mid-1950s, where her work did not catch the attention of the art world, in part because Herrera was a woman from Cuba, in a time when...

Bruno Peinado : From Paris with love, a code and a body for a new form of metaphysics Porte de Saint-Ouen, Paris (France) Inaugurated at the end of November within the frame of the “New Patrons” (les Nouveaux commenditaires) protocol and the extension of the T3 tram line in Paris, Bruno...

November’s Picks - 19/11/2018
Kasmin Gallery: a rooftop sculpture garden Chelsea District, New York, United States New York’s Kasmin Gallery inaugurated in October its fourth exhibition space. Located in the city’s Chelsea neighborhood (509 West 27th Street) and designed by Markus Dochantschi from StudioMDA, it...

April’s Picks - 01/04/2018
Re-naissance, ici et maintenant! Hans-Walter Müller Le Cyclop by Jean Tinguely, Milly-la-forêt (France) Inauguration Saturday April 7th at 8:30pm Every year, Le Cyclop, a monumental sculpture and collaborative artistic project led by Jean Tinguely and located in the forest of Milly since...