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My Top 1000+ Sculptures Of All Time

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The Guardian: Sculpture

  • George Orwell returns to loom over BBC
    A larger-than-life statue of the author and former BBC employee has been unveiled outside Broadcasting House in London On the threshold of the building he once described as a cross between a girls’ boarding school and a lunatic asylum, on an approp…
    - 12 days ago, 7 Nov 17, 12:53pm -
  • Edward Allington obituary
    My friend and colleague Edward Allington, who has died aged 66 after suffering from liver disease, made a significant contribution to British sculpture with his work, his teaching and his writing.He first became known in the early 1980s for his exube…
    - 14 days ago, 6 Nov 17, 8:36am -
  • Pamela Bradley obituary
    My aunt Pamela Bradley, who has died aged 86, devoted her life to helping others. She especially assisted recently settled families from Pakistan and Bangladesh in Bradford.Known by friends and relatives as AP, short for Auntie Pam, Pamela was born i…
    - 16 days ago, 3 Nov 17, 2:07pm -
  • German artist Hito Steyerl tops contemporary art power list
    Film-maker and writer is first female artist named by ArtReview Power 100 as most influential personHito Steyerl, a German artist, writer and theorist known for taking a strong political stand and being unafraid to challenge the power of the art mark…
    - 17 days ago, 2 Nov 17, 8:01pm -
  • Keep it simple! Art goes monochrome, plus London's impressionist past – the week in art
    London’s National Gallery is colour ground zero, the excellent Susan Philipsz tells stories in Edinburgh and Marcel Broodthaers gets bizarre – all in your weekly despatchImpressionists in LondonThe first modern art movement had a special connecti…
    - 24 days ago, 27 Oct 17, 8:54am -
  • Henry Moore's sculpture 'Old Flo' returns to east London
    Artist’s 1957 work, nearly sold off by Tower Hamlets council, had been in Yorkshire but is now on display at Canary WharfThe much travelled Henry Moore sculpture of a draped woman, affectionately known as Old Flo, is back on public display in east…
    - 25 days ago, 25 Oct 17, 10:51am -
  • Age of Terror: Art Since 9/11 review – a chilling show for dark times
    Imperial War Museum, London A provocative exhibition pulls together artistic responses to our era of global chaos – from eerie drawings of dying cities to Grayson Perry’s glib painted potsIn the main hall of the Imperial War Museum, London, the o…
    - 26 days ago, 25 Oct 17, 6:05am -
  • Sydney festival 2018: Tree of Codes, Randy Rainbow and 100,000 toys lead lineup
    Crowd-pleasing program heavy on circus and cabaret – along with breathtaking puppetry and brave Indigenous worksThe choreographer Wayne McGregor, the artist Olafur Eliasson, the musician Jamie xx will be bringing their collaborative spectacular, Tr…
    - 26 days ago, 24 Oct 17, 9:00pm -
  • Disquieting, disturbing and fantastical Hyper Real takes over the NGA
    Hyper Real exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra is creepy, weird and revels in strangeness To be “hyper real” - the National Gallery of Australia’s latest exhibition is somewhat at pains to explain - is to go “beyond, o…
    - 30 days ago, 20 Oct 17, 5:25pm -
  • Head ashtrays and pin-up body parts – Alina Szapocznikow: Human Landscapes review
    Hepworth WakefieldThis revelatory survey of a long-overlooked artist is full of wonders and horrors – from the pouting lip lamps to her cast of her son made just before her untimely deathJulie Christie’s pink mouth blooms in a glowing orb atop an…
    - 30 days ago, 20 Oct 17, 12:30pm -

The International Sculpture Center

  • The Shapes of Spaces

    The Shapes of Spaces

    Upon first glance, Amanda Williams’s Reliquary 1: To Unlearned People This May Seem to be Full of Nothing and Void of Humanity looks exactly as described in the title. Cut from sheets of plywood, the piece appears like a small house, constructed fr…
    - 4 days ago, 15 Nov 17, 9:35am -
  • Wrapping up a Residency – Jessica Taylor Hale

    Wrapping up a Residency – Jessica Taylor Hale

    Death needs time to grow the things that it will kill. Think about it.  All of life is a constant cycle.  And when I say life I don’t just mean humanity, I mean life as a whole. Every living organism on this planet is caught in this same cycle of…
    - 6 days ago, 14 Nov 17, 9:00am -
  • Wrapping up a residency – Carole Halle

    Wrapping up a residency – Carole Halle

    We have entered the last month of our residency. Trying to complete the work in progress is now the priority. We just participated in Mana’s open studio by putting together a group show of all ISC Mana residents and two residents from “Grounds fo…
    - 6 days ago, 14 Nov 17, 9:00am -
  • Emily Neufeld: Rupture

    Emily Neufeld: Rupture

    That single word evokes and suggests and even yearns. Stripped down and devoid of any patina of emotion, it of course points to something physical, tangible – something real, something constructed, functional, useful. That might be fine and well fo…
    - 11 days ago, 8 Nov 17, 9:35am -
  • Paula Toto Blake – Habitar la Ironía

    Paula Toto Blake – Habitar la Ironía

    Translate from Spanish to English or other languages Paula Toto Blake es Licenciada en Artes Plásticas por la Facultad de Bellas Artes, Universidad Nacional de La Plata y completa sus estudios con Eduardo Medici, Sergio Bazan, Gumier Maier, Mónica…
    - 19 days ago, 1 Nov 17, 9:35am -
  • Tony Cragg is Happiest in his Studio: “Sculpture is at the cutting edge of material investigation.”

    Tony Cragg is Happiest in his Studio: “Sculpture is at the cutting edge of material investigation.”

    Why is Tony Cragg’s art unlike anything anyone has ever seen? What does it “say” to a range of viewers in Teheran, London, Moscow, Berlin, and New York (solo show Marian Goodman, closed October 14, 2017)? Cragg is modest about his global platfo…
    - 19 days ago, 1 Nov 17, 9:35am -
  • Early History of the International Sculpture Center | Part II

    Early History of the International Sculpture Center | Part II

    Between the years 1960 and 1974 the world of sculpture changed dramatically.  Those changes continue to resonate in our world today.  The transformation that sculpture went through didn’t necessarily happen in Lawrence, Ks. but Lawrence was where…
    - 23 days ago, 27 Oct 17, 3:14pm -
  • When galleries close, artists’ lives and careers may suffer

    When galleries close, artists’ lives and careers may suffer

    “I have the reputation of being pretty loyal to my artists, regardless of whether they sell or not,” said Andrea Rosen, a Manhattan gallery owner who specializes in mid-career artists. Still, earlier this year, Rosen informed all the artists she…
    - 26 days ago, 25 Oct 17, 9:05am -
  • Do No Harm: Marlene Creates

    Do No Harm: Marlene Creates

    I spend a lot of time at a nearby beach on Lake Ontario, drawn by wind and wave, and especially by the rocky shingle of the shoreline. More often than not, I begin re-arranging stones, sometimes walking the beach’s length (about a half-mile or so)…
    - 26 days ago, 25 Oct 17, 9:05am -
  • Amanda Williams: Chicago Works

    Amanda Williams: Chicago Works

    Artist and architect Amanda Williams likely never expected her public art project Color(ed) Theory, for which she surreptitiously painted the exteriors of condemned houses in largely vacant Chicago neighborhoods, to garner significant attention.  Bu…
    - 33 days ago, 18 Oct 17, 9:05am -

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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