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...of the canal, terraces host figurative bronze sculptures dating from the mid-19th century to today. These belong to the estate’s collection and are therefore mostly from Joseph Bernard, Antoine Bourdelle, Robert Wlérick and Rodin, among others. Fauns, bacchantes, young girls dancing and...

...in Nice in 1963, to the monumental Corten steel sculptures displayed today in public and private spaces throughout Europe, the United States and Asia. The narration on the evolution of his work is supplemented by numerous archival images: past exhibitions, behind the scenes, photographs of his...

...it is a collection primarily made of monumental sculptures created, for the most part, by famous artists. However, the Peyrassol sculpture park and its gallery demonstrate there is no real coherence between the works (apart maybe from the animal-themed sculptures: Pascal Bernier, César, Federica...

...what public art is supposed to do. As for the sculptures, they are elegant three-dimensional paintings that tend to emphasize a frontal orientation, a positioning perhaps made necessary by the Public Art Fund’s need to place them effectively in the grounds, where small patches of grass, park...

In the context of the annual “rendez-vous” for contemporary creation, the association Les Amis de La Petite Escalère has invited Rachel Labastie to create for the garden. The sculptor has proposed two pieces specifically imagined for the site: an ephemeral site-specific installation made of...

...form to her ideas and emotions. Expressive cedar sculptures are accompanied by poetic explorations in paper pulp, leather, linen, and other organic materials. With an emphasis on her work since 2000, The Contour of Feeling marks the most ambitious presentation of von Rydingsvard’s art in the...

...encounters with some stunning examples of public sculptures that, in turn, sublimate the landscape, stretch the time and the space in which they are embedded, at times playful, contemplative or reflective. An exhibition, at last, that features some of the most important names of contemporary...

...22nd, 2018 Famous for her large-scale sculptures that occupy and transform wide spaces with materials such as cardboard, fabric, Styrofoam or cement, Phyllida Barlow presents her latest work in a new exhibition entitled “tilt” in one of the New York Hauser & Wirth galleries. A...

November’s Picks - 19/11/2018
...shapes. Time seems to have stopped, his sculptures suspended in their dynamics, off-balanced and yet soaring to the skies.   Tony Cragg : outdoor Sculptures Ehrenhof, Düsseldorf, Germany Through February 10th, 2019 Since September, several monumental works by British...

October’s Picks - 07/10/2018
...Scully: the largest exhibition of the artist’s sculptures ever presented and the first one, in England, that combines his sculptures and his paintings. Sean Scully explores the notions of abstraction and landscape, whether in his aluminum paintings, his paper artworks or his monumental...