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Horizon - 01/03/2017
...concretely in sculpture. Basing oneself on the horizon Even though the horizon is imaginary, artists have identified the permanent stability that it provides when viewed in the landscape. It is always there, always far away, the limit that makes it possible to distinguish top from bottom and...

...from their location in relation to the horizon and to the park, as well as with the sun and the grass. Things for a House on an Island is without a doubt the strangest encounter in this sculpture park. Peter Fischli & David Weiss stage a dwelling devoid of its inhabitants. Through...

...chaos of granite rocks piling up against the horizon, forming large, smooth platforms lined with heather and moss. In Malpartida, near Cáceres, the presence of granite intensifies and the natural monument “Los Barruecos” offers an impressive experience to the senses. The piled-up rocks,...

Céline Flécheux - 19/06/2019
...Literature Art Cinema. She is the author of L’horizon, des traits de perspective au Land Art (PUR, 2009) and of L’Horizon (Klincksieck, 2014). She regularly works in collaboration with exhibition catalogues (J’aime les panoramas, MUCEM, 2015) and monographs on contemporary art (Nancy Rubins...

...in motion, reactivated depending on the horizontality of this new site. Her approach talks about the body, the organic matter, and addresses the body of the visitor. It is supported by physicality and offers to see, to guess and to feel the sensitive gesture of the artist at work. The...

...underground, its glass roof blending with the horizon – by Renzo Piano. Patrick McKillen is planning on a new exhibition pavilion by Richard Rodgers (and a 5th laureate!) The large majority of the works are site-specific. Architects and artists have been given total freedom in creating and...

...that of the sculpture and is carried toward the horizon. The itinerary is punctuated by a series of paintings by Laure Mary-Couégnias, installed directly on the ground, representing animals posing in a lush and flowery environment. Each painting explores a moment of a love story, from...

July’s Picks - 02/07/2018
...the Mastaba is made of 7.506 oil barrels stacked horizontally on top of each other, thus forming a trapezoidal pyramid floating on the peaceful waters of Serpentine Lake in Hyde Park (London). A 130-feet-high and 100-feet-wide structure for a total weight of 600 tons that is reminiscent of...

May’s Picks - 02/05/2018
...(2015), emptied, cut in half and reconstructed horizontally, stretches on the entire length of the gallery. Outside, several monumental works also relate to the theme of the tree and explore others such as gravity, weight and the relationship between humans and nature. Richard Long: Circle to...

September’s Picks - 19/09/2017
...monumental arrow is installed horizontally on the terrace of the Cité Radieuse. It points in the direction of the famous gymnasium by le Corbusier where is being displayed a series of significant historical pieces by Jean-Pierre Raynaud. After Xavier Veilhan, Daniel Buren, Dan...