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...show than here, not terribly far from her studio in Chelsea? The sculptures, established in sites among shrubbery or confronting the city viewers making their way through the park’s expanse, argue for a continuing formalist reading of art in an urban area. Our response to the work is in...

...decides to save from the frost and plant in his studio. The meticulous and attentive observation of these budding creatures inspired him to investigate and observe the way trees communicate among themselves, with the world and the energies that surround them. He reads to them out loud, lulls them...

...inextricably associated with his rural home and studio at Bolton Landing in upstate New York, where from the mid-1950s onwards, he filled the surrounding fields with sculpture, enjoying seeing them against the landscape, with the play of changing light across their surfaces. These sculptures were...

November’s Picks - 19/11/2018
...Street) and designed by Markus Dochantschi from StudioMDA, it combines a traditional exhibition space and a rooftop sculpture garden visible from the High Line. This unique rooftop garden will host three exhibitions per year and currently features bronze sculptures by Joel Shapiro. The minimalist...

...in 1917 and decided to use it as a sculpture studio. From then on, Francisco Brennand worked relentlessly. The title of his prospectus “Oficina Brennand, the master of dreams” (Oficina Brennand, Mestre dos Sonhos) takes on its full meaning. Each new piece, signed and dated, is still an...

...most of these artists let nature enter their studio and revive, with their art, our awareness of what is fragile, precarious and uncertain. Like Rei Naito with her installation The Emotion of Belief (2017), in which she places flowers in crystalline water among remnants of radiated bottles...

...off and does his composing. We meet again in the studio some weeks later and the tracks are recorded. It is a fascinating moment because Fred has this clear idea but still this talent in improvising, changing things on the spot, staying in a creative flow. I basically sit there gaping with mouth...

...her gallery by providing artists with stipends, studio spaces and housing, has continued later by providing essential funds for large scale land artworks. Despite those accomplishments, she and her gallery received relatively little attention from art historical scholarship until very recently....

...by Paolozzi, including a large portion of his studio. British artist, Sir Anthony Caro was a pioneer of abstract steel sculpture and Erl King, 2009 exemplifies his life-long interest in this medium. Caro often combined found industrial objects with literary references and Greek history. ...