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...on their favoured proposals, both at the exhibition and on the Mayor’s Office website. Ultimately, the Fourth Plinth committee will select two works to replace the current sculpture, a seven metre bronze thumbs-up with an extra-long thumb by British artist, David Shrigley. Entitled...

...many others. The current Gilbert & George exhibition and the Anselm Kiefer one, which just closed, are both stunning – particularly the latter – and clearly demonstrate the potential of private museums and their ability to host great retrospective exhibitions of major contemporary...

...or not anymore, limited to visiting an outdoor exhibition of sculptures. Today, all major sculpture parks include an interior exhibition space. A perfect illustration of this type of display is the nearby Fondation Bernar Venet, which presents, in addition to monumental outdoor sculptures, a...

...significant in the UK for over a decade. The exhibition will bring together both existing and especially conceived new works for the occasion, from drawings and sculptures to experiential environments, that will take on the RA’s Main Galleries across all 13 rooms. Gormley sees the...

...visual arts center Fundación Helga de Alvear is a must-see and holds an impressive minimalist art exhibition belonging to the Helga de Alvear collection.

...mast trees, elephant ears, palm trees. The exhibition, inspired by Burle Marx’s designs, makes up for its relatively small size with an intense economy of means. Plants and trees support and contrast with each other, on the basis of size, color, texture, and the kind of flora set in close...

The Dutch artist Mark Manders, just over fifty, is offering a monumental head directly north of the small plaza where 59th Street and Fifth Avenue intersect. Manders has an established reputation in Europe; in 2013, he represented Holland at the Venice Biennale. This work is formidably mysterious,...

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...

...at the heart to the collections and exhibitions, and at the hand to spaces for music, which was dear to the painter, mediation and relaxation. After over two hours spent within these walls, I feel completely connected to what I am thinking, what I am feeling, but also to what my...

...to be unveiled in Autumn 2019. The exhibition includes works from internationally renowned artists including Nathan Coley, Jennifer Steinkamp, Nina Saunders and Lawrence Weiner. The artworks are displayed next to some of the City’s most famous buildings, including 30 St Mary Axe...