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My Top 1000+ Sculptures Of All Time

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The Guardian: Sculpture

  • newLakes of mercury and human sacrifices – after 1,800 years, Teotihuacan reveals its treasures
    When archaeologists found a tunnel under Mexico’s ‘birthplace of the gods’, they could only dream of the riches they would discover. Now its wonders – from jewel-eyed figures to necklaces of human teeth – are being revealed to the worldIn 2…
    - 11 hours ago, 24 Sep 17, 1:52pm -
  • Poor Art | Arte Povera review – the show that proves Britain's on the blink
    Estorick Collection, London What can we learn from these British responses to arte povera, the subversive Italian movement from the 1960s? That it’ll take more than fur sculpture and a daisy cross to outclass the EuropeansThe bilingual title of thi…
    - 4 days ago, 21 Sep 17, 10:01am -
  • Love it, hate it - or just don't get it: share your pictures of public art
    Send us pictures of the local sculptures and artworks that have inspired civic pride, raised eyebrows and provoked lively debate in the pub Related: Rachel Whiteread: Turner prize winner criticises 'plop art' Turner prize winner Rachel Whiteread is…
    - 4 days ago, 21 Sep 17, 2:09am -
  • Artist unveils design for Parliament Square suffragist statue
    Gillian Wearing, first female artist to create statue for London square, granted planning approval for tribute to Millicent FawcettThe first female artist to create a statue for Parliament Square in central London has unveiled the final design. Relat…
    - 5 days ago, 20 Sep 17, 10:15am -
  • An ornithology of tedious colleagues | Letters
    Work colleagues | Mary Wollstonecraft | Social housing | Standardised tests | Religious popApropos recent letters about meetings and their effectiveness (Letters, 18 September), I compiled the following ornithology during a particularly tedious occas…
    - 6 days ago, 18 Sep 17, 1:49pm -
  • Dalí, Duchamp, Basquiat and beards: the best art of autumn 2017
    Modigliani seduces, the Turner hits Hull, Rebecca Warren shakes up St Ives – and Gilbert and George have a close shave with facial hair• Autumn arts preview 2017: Stage | Music | Film | TVThe subway invaded the art gallery in 1980s New York. Basq…
    - 7 days ago, 18 Sep 17, 1:00am -
  • Rachel Whiteread review – accentuate the negative
    Tate Britain, LondonWhiteread’s inside-out casts of everything from hot-water bottles to chicken sheds are poised between banality and a spellbinding poetry of the pastThere is a small white shack on the lawn in front of Tate Britain. It looks exac…
    - 8 days ago, 17 Sep 17, 3:00am -
  • The Guardian view on outrage and art: the new no longer shocks | Editorial
    The fury provoked by Rachel Whiteread 25 years ago is unthinkable today – thank goodnessIn 1993, an artwork by Rachel Whiteread was the subject of the biggest scandal in British art since the notorious Tate bricks affair of 1976, when the gallery w…
    - 10 days ago, 14 Sep 17, 12:44pm -
  • Move over, Nelson! These are the statues modern Britain needs
    From colonialists to Confederates, the debate over who should be honoured is raging around the world. We asked Guardian readers to nominate deserving figures yet to be carved in stone. Here, we make the case for people ranging from David Attenborough…
    - 12 days ago, 12 Sep 17, 1:56pm -
  • Why we can’t escape the rise of ‘plop art’ | Jonathan Jones
    Rachel Whiteread is right – Britain is full of bad public art. But debates on the subject are irreconcilable: one person’s plop is another’s poetic visionThe sculptor Rachel Whiteread has come up with a new art term: “plop art” What can it…
    - 13 days ago, 12 Sep 17, 8:20am -

The International Sculpture Center

  • Against the Screen exhibition in Kansas City | Charlotte Street Foundation

    Against the Screen exhibition in Kansas City | Charlotte Street Foundation

    Check out these two articles on Kansas City’s Informality Arts and Culture Blog highlighting a great exhibition Against the Screen presented by our conference partners Charlotte Street Foundation running through October 7th. Journeys and Cross-Gen…
    - 3 days ago, 22 Sep 17, 10:55am -
  • Connecting Lines through History: Portland Art Museum’s Center for Contemporary Native Art

    Connecting Lines through History: Portland Art Museum’s Center for Contemporary Native Art

    The Portland Art Museum’s Center for Contemporary Native Art is not a large space, but the curators always manage to squeeze a great deal of work into it, by working in multiple dimensions. This certainly holds true for the current Connecting Lines…
    - 5 days ago, 20 Sep 17, 9:35am -
  • Dark Matter and Missing Mass: Allyson Mitchell

    Dark Matter and Missing Mass: Allyson Mitchell

    Okay, so I start, at the titular level, with a cosmological reference: the idea of the missing mass in the universe, that those all-important galaxies strewn throughout the cosmos (and within one of which we exist) don’t seem to contain enough mass…
    - 5 days ago, 20 Sep 17, 9:35am -
  • The Octopus Eats its Own Leg

    The Octopus Eats its Own Leg

    According to Japanese folklore, a distressed octopus can chew off an injured leg and a new one will grow in its place.  Regeneration and re-invention are certainly subtexts at Takashi Murakami’s mid-career retrospective at Chicago’s Museum of Co…
    - 12 days ago, 13 Sep 17, 9:35am -
  • Starting a residency: looking for a central line through unsettling shapes

    Starting a residency: looking for a central line through unsettling shapes

    I visited Mana for the first time a little over a year ago during an open studio event.  A friend of mine had suggested that I meet a sculptor working there, Max Pelzman, who was sculpting with materials and techniques that I was about to experiment…
    - 15 days ago, 10 Sep 17, 9:45am -
  • Subterranean

    Subterranean

    It’s been about two weeks since moving into the studios here at Mana and I am loving it.  I’ve been enjoying getting to know Carole and seeing her practice.  I’m curious to see how our work develops during our time here as I’m already picki…
    - 15 days ago, 10 Sep 17, 9:35am -
  • In the Studio: Huy Bui: Structures for Hope and Survival

    In the Studio: Huy Bui: Structures for Hope and Survival

    The artist Huy Bui says it best: We are living in precarious times where human greed, stupidity and ignorance threaten the existence of all life on Earth.  It is our moment as humans to reflect on ourselves and confront a destination once thought as…
    - 19 days ago, 6 Sep 17, 9:35am -
  • Santiago Lena – Formas que vibran al ritmo del cuerpo

    Santiago Lena – Formas que vibran al ritmo del cuerpo

    Translate from Spanish to English or other languages Santiago Lena es autodidacta. En 2000, con apenas 21 años, comienza a trabajar con la cerámica gres, investigando, aprendiendo y tomándola como piedra fundamental de su obra. Piezas que nacen de…
    - 19 days ago, 6 Sep 17, 9:35am -
  • Phenomena: Cédric Ginart

    Phenomena: Cédric Ginart

    Think of glass in a sculptural context and, well, it’s likely that the first (if not only) artist who comes to mind is Dale Chihuly. Glass, it seems, has a bit of a perception problem. Either it’s showy sculptural installation of the Chihuly sort…
    - 26 days ago, 30 Aug 17, 9:00am -
  • Looking back on the ISC residency at GFS: Nooshin

    Looking back on the ISC residency at GFS: Nooshin

    It’s been a week that my residency in grounds for sculpture is over. Looking back at my works in the residency, it surprises me how much my work has changes during such a short amount of time. Working almost every night by lotus pond taking out a d…
    - 31 days ago, 25 Aug 17, 9:35am -

Call It Sculpture

  • Art Makes You Smart

    Art Makes You Smart

    Art Makes You Smart Last spring at NAEA I had the pleasure of attending a session led by Anne Kraybill, Jay Greene, and Brian Kisida about a large evaluation being done at the Crystal Bridges Museum in Bentonville, Arkanas. I was very pleased to see…
    - 26 Nov 13, 1:21pm -
  • Back to School: Some Changes in our School Tours for the 2013-2014 Year

    Back to School: Some Changes in our School Tours for the 2013-2014 Year

    “The uncrowded galleries allowed the class to focus well and think deeply about the sculptures. The educator was warm, engaging and in control of the group.” The above quote is taken from a teacher’s evaluation of a school tour last year. This…
    - 3 Sep 13, 3:50pm -
  • Do It At Home

    Do It At Home

    Submitted by Sejin Park, Noguchi Museum Intern The Noguchi Museum has created a set of art workshop instructions for parents.  Feel free to download them and share with families, or use them in your own classrooms. Clay Cardboard Mixed Media Printma…
    - 25 Jul 13, 3:54pm -
  • A Closer Look

    A Closer Look

    A few weeks ago, cognitive psychologist Daniel Willingham shared a post on his blog that recommends using art to teach students patience.  In particular, he shares a lesson from Jennifer Roberts of Harvard, in which students study a single painting…
    - 26 Jun 13, 1:24pm -
  • Elmo Explains Sculpture

    Elmo Explains Sculpture

    For teachers of younger elementary school students, this video features Jon Hamm and Elmo explaining what sculpture is.  Perhaps a good video to show students before visiting The Noguchi Museum?  (Although you may have to clarify that sculpture doe…
    - 19 Jun 13, 4:59pm -
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