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...upon arriving on the estate of the Château La Coste: a long, sleek, V-shaped building made of smooth concrete, glass and metal, surrounded by water. This center, which hosts a café-restaurant and a bookstore, was conceived by Japanese architect Tadao Ando and remarkably interacts with its...

Raphaël Blazy - 13/12/2019
...outdoor contemporary art) focuses primarily on the museographic challenges faced by places such as Storm King, CAIRN Refuges d’Art, or Château La Coste, where Raphaël has been working as a tour guide. Raphaël has a wide array of passions and interests and works between Canada and France.

...site-specific installation made of raw clay, and Venus, a black Marquina marble sculpture. Sculpture Nature has followed Rachel Labastie in Carrara, in the workshop of marble workers and brothers Poletti e Ghio, during the completion and finishing stage of Venus, and then to La Petite...

...the book (Atlas des îles perdues – Atlas of Lost Islands) and powerfully make us ponder on the moment when inhabited land will flood and change configuration. It is now time to reach further and operate not only with nature, but also for nature: activism is at the top of the...

...of Oklahoma State University (Stillwater, Oklahoma). Executed last year and left to the elements of nature that eventually transformed it by turning it back to where it came from, Red Dirt Rug essentially emphasized one of our most basic existential experiences. On it’s surface, Red Dirt...

...has installed two monumental sculptures by Ursula von Rydingsvard. Bronze Bowl with Lace (2013–14, cast 2017–18) and Elegantka II (2013–14, cast 2016) will be on view over the course of the next year in the Anne d’Harnoncourt Sculpture Garden. Standing between 10 and 20 feet tall,...

...remaining abstract and evocative. Each of the large-scale sculptures involves a labor-intensive, yet intuitive, process that can take nearly a year to complete. Wearing safety gear and wielding heavy machinery, von Rydingsvard and her team saw, slice, stack, glue, and mark the works with...

...Holt (b. 1938 d. 2014) produced a large-scale land art installation in Utah’s Great Basin Desert entitled Sun Tunnels. In 2018, the Dia Art Foundation acquired Sun Tunnels with support from the Holt-Smithson Foundation. Raisa Rexer spoke with curator Kelly Kivland in December 2018 about...

...the feelings of love (June by Jérémy Demester; La Copula by Remed; Invalid Icon (Anglet) by Anne Wenzel). German artist Anne Wenzel created an earthen reinterpretation of La Pieta, beheaded, compassionate figure. From the trail, one can only see the back of La Pieta. She is facing the ocean,...

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...