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My Top 1000+ Sculptures Of All Time

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The Guardian: Sculpture

  • Reflection: British Art in an Age of Change review – an embarrassment of riches
    Ferens Art Gallery, Hull This revelatory show juxtaposes old and new, domestic and unusual, to startling and unmissable effectRalph Brown’s Meat Porters, a sculpture of 1959 that was commissioned for Harlow New Town in Essex, really must be seen to…
    - 1 day ago, 18 Aug 19, 3:00am -
  • Takis: his eye-popping and eerily beautiful magnetic marvels defined an era
    Effortlessly bridging the gap between the two cultures, the Greek sculptor – who has died aged 93 – played with invisible forces and put the truths of the cosmos on canvasThe Greek sculptor Takis, who has died at 93 during the run of an acclaimed…
    - 3 days ago, 16 Aug 19, 12:14pm -
  • Blackpool goes pop and Frieze invades Regent's Park – the week in art
    Tracey Emin’s alfresco sculpture heads to Frieze, Oxford explores early life on Earth and Kubrick’s spooky masterpieces are on show in London – all in your weekly dispatchRoy LichtensteinThe superb Artist Rooms collection brings this most styli…
    - 3 days ago, 16 Aug 19, 6:21am -
  • Takis obituary
    Greek artist who used magnetism, light and sound to create work ranging from sculpture to performanceIn February 1955 the Greek artist Takis stood bored on the platform at Calais train station. He was travelling back to Paris from London, where he ha…
    - 3 days ago, 16 Aug 19, 5:52am -
  • The trouble with St Ives' artists' colony – archive, 8 August 1960
    8 August 1960 Mixed together here in the same borough are about eight thousand laymen and what is claimed to be the largest artists community outside LondonSt Ives is frankly unsympathetic to the little colony of disillusionment in its midst. When se…
    - 12 days ago, 8 Aug 19, 12:30am -
  • Have your ticks left feeling out in the cold | Brief letters
    Miles Davis | Bristol | Toilets | Elgin marbles | Ticks | FestivalsRegarding Miles Davis’s 10 greatest albums as listed by John Fordham (G2, 2 August): I was surprised by the omission of the 1964 live album My Funny Valentine. The long title track,…
    - 15 days ago, 4 Aug 19, 12:39pm -
  • Karaoke inside Tina Turner’s giant head? Monstrous but brilliant | Fiona Sturges
    Good public art should go easy on the sanctimony. Margate’s tribute to the Turner prize exhibition hits the right noteWhat I’d give to know what was said at the commissioning meeting that led to the new sculpture at the Dreamland theme park in Ma…
    - 17 days ago, 3 Aug 19, 1:00am -
  • 'World's tallest work of public art' to land on Belgian motorway
    A 250-tonne steel arc twice as high as the statue of Jesus in Rio will stand over busy E411A Belgian motorway has been confirmed as the site of what is being billed as the world’s tallest public artwork, which at 60 metres will be twice as high as…
    - 19 days ago, 31 Jul 19, 9:07am -
  • Mapping the human body through paper art – in pictures
    Berlin-based paper artist Katrin Rodegast has always been interested in human biology, and in collecting old, illustrated science books. So, when science and tech university ETH Zurich asked her to create body parts made out of maps of Zurich, she ju…
    - 23 days ago, 27 Jul 19, 12:00pm -
  • GCHQ decoded, a silent orchestra and collage's cutting edge – the week in art
    Edinburgh makes a splash with an art work to swim in as Leonardo reaches across the centuries to a German sculptorSamson YoungThis Hong Kong artist meditates on the nature of music in thoughtful and entertaining installations, including a film of a s…
    - 24 days ago, 26 Jul 19, 9:29am -

The International Sculpture Center

  • Tyler Gaston Farewell | ISC/GFS Summer Residency
    I am sitting here today and cannot believe that the 6-week residency has come to an end.  My time spent at GFS has passed by so quickly, but for me this final stretch of the program has been the most challenging and rewarding.  I leave here tomorro…
    - 11 days ago, 8 Aug 19, 1:24pm -
  • Shohei Katayama Farewell | ISC/GFS Summer Residency
    The International Sculpture Center residency at Grounds for Sculpture was a fruitful experience that pushed me to create, reflect, and consider the content of my work and my identity as an artist — I had an exhilarating time engaging in conversatio…
    - 11 days ago, 8 Aug 19, 1:24pm -
  • ISC/GFS Resident | Tyler Gaston: Inspired to Create
    Things have settled down a bit since I first arrived at the Residency.  I have found a groove in the studio and have been primarily working on two large projects.  These new sculptures were conceived from life scale models I made during my first we…
    - 33 days ago, 17 Jul 19, 9:57am -
  • ISC/GFS Resident Shohei Katayama | Experiments, Cities, a Beach, and a Plasma Physics Lab
    It’s been roughly two weeks since the residency started. My time in the studio has been, to say the least, experimental — not much has been produced. However, it’s been productive in terms of exploring materials, developing prototypes, and appr…
    - 33 days ago, 17 Jul 19, 9:30am -
  • ISC/GFS Resident Tyler Gaston | Getting Acclimated
    Week one at the ISC residency at Grounds for Sculpture has been magical and immersive. Inside the sculpture park I’ve been admiring the works of Bernar Venet and Emilie Benes Brzezinski, among many others.  The Grounds are host to a vast variety o…
    - 47 days ago, 3 Jul 19, 10:05am -
  • ISC/GFS Resident Shohei Katayama | Sculpture: A Nexus Between Nature and Humankind
    There is an inherent beauty in nature that induces a sense of awe and magic. It leaves us speechless and surrounds us with the presence of something vast that transcends our understanding of the world and generates ephemeral, fleeting sensations that…
    - 47 days ago, 3 Jul 19, 10:03am -
  • INTERNATIONAL SCULPTURE DAY: “AURORA BRIGHT DAWN” CONNECTING COMMUNITY TO PLACE
    International Sculpture Day (IS Day), on April 27th, is a worldwide event celebrating the many ways sculpture and public art impact and improve people’s lives. IS Day, first initiated by the International Sculpture Center (ISC) in 2015, occurs on t…
    - 25 Apr 19, 11:15am -
  • Marisol San Jorge-Dibujos, Objetos e Instalaciones
    Translate from Spanish to English or other languages Dibujos, objetos e instalaciones; ése es el universo de la cordobesa Marisol San Jorge  formada en Dibujo Publicitario en la Escuela Provincial Lino Enea Spilimbergo y Arte en la Escuela Provinc…
    - 3 Oct 18, 9:35am -
  • Lavender Mist
    Rebecca Louise Law’s immersive, site-specific floral installations have graced venues ranging from the British Royal Academy, the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Kew Royal Botanical Gardens, and Times Square, where she thoroughly transforms spaces…
    - 26 Sep 18, 9:35am -
  • Noemí Schneck – Variaciones Textiles
    Translate from Spanish to English or other languages Dedicada desde 1977 a las artes visuales –y con estudios previos como profesora nacional de inglés- Noemí Schneck se formó en los talleres de Tana Sachs, Cristina Dartiguelongue y Luis Negrott…
    - 19 Sep 18, 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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