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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...

...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...

...granted us a few minutes to present the “Art Public” collection of the CNAP, Centre National des Arts Plastiques. The Centre National des Arts Plastiques is a public institution attached to the French Ministry of Culture that aims at supporting contemporary artistic creation in...

...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,...

...The artists are showing their works in a major public art space, and all the pieces address the problem of climate change--even if the works do not do so in an easily accessible manner. Merging art with a well-defined social theme has often been successful--in large part because artists tend to...

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

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...from 7 different countries, it aimed to provide public art to rival similar contemporary sculpture parks around the world. In addition to coinciding with the HKAC’s fortieth anniversary, Harbour Arts opened to overlap with the Hong Kong Art Month, working with public and private collaborators...

...  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...

...the house and the sculpture garden and let the public become familiar with Marta Pan’s sculpture work and André Wogenscky’s architecture. The 1.5-acre garden hosts about fifteen monumental sculptures by Marta Pan. Most of them are made of steel and a few of marble. Dominique Amoureux,...