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My Top 1000+ Sculptures Of All Time

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The Guardian: Sculpture

  • The London Mastaba review – a giant geometric bath toy
    Serpentine, LondonMore rock festival stage than political statement, Christo’s giant oil barrel sculpture on Hyde Park’s Serpentine leaves our critic wondering what the fish all thinkIt sits out on the lake, bigly. Constructed from 7,506 standard…
    - 1 day ago, 18 Jun 18, 12:03pm -
  • Just chill: the museum of rebels that took Iceland by storm
    Housed in an old herring factory, Reykjavík’s Living Art Museum was once treated with disdain and tottered on the verge of bankruptcy. Now it’s lauded for revitalising the entire country’s art sceneIn a corner of Reykjavík’s Living Art Muse…
    - 1 day ago, 18 Jun 18, 10:23am -
  • Weeping for the Willow Man: beloved Somerset sculpture under threat
    Woven wood figure who towers over M5 endangered as council unable to fund rebuildingThe future is looking uncertain for a landmark sculpture that looms over a busy stretch of motorway and rail track in Somerset after a crowdfunding campaign to secure…
    - 2 days ago, 17 Jun 18, 10:08am -
  • Sanctuary for human rights: Mark Wallinger's Magna Carta chamber
    Built to commemorate the 800th anniversary of the charter, Writ in Water finally opens this weekend – a place in which to contemplate rights continually under threatBetween the Thames, Windsor Great Park and the M25 is a series of lush meadows, kne…
    - 5 days ago, 14 Jun 18, 7:01pm -
  • A hot dog bus and a snowman in June: the best in US public art this summer
    With skyscraper video art in California and 26ft statue of Marilyn Monroe in Connecticut, there are now even more reasons to stay outside this seasonSpending time in a museum doesn’t always seem like a fitting activity for the summer months and thi…
    - 8 days ago, 11 Jun 18, 1:13pm -
  • Heather Phillipson review – eggs on the Underground are a cracking joke
    Gloucester Road station, London Cartoon bad smells and fried eggs on the platform greet tube commuters as the artist wittily gives them a riot of symbolism to ponder on their journeyGiant fried eggs lolloping on a disused tube station platform. Rotte…
    - 12 days ago, 7 Jun 18, 12:29pm -
  • Yves Saint Laurent co-founder’s rare art and artefacts to go on sale
    Pierre Bergé’s eclectic items, which includes 1961 Picasso sculpture, up for auctionYves Saint Laurent and his partner Pierre Bergé shared a passion for refined and beautiful objects throughout their on-off romance and business relationship that…
    - 13 days ago, 7 Jun 18, 12:00am -
  • Cast of characters: encounters with British sculptors – in pictures
    Cornelia Parker, Elisabeth Frink, Damien Hirst and Grayson Perry are among the artists Anne-Katrin Purkiss captures in striking portraits Continue reading...
    - 15 days ago, 5 Jun 18, 2:00am -
  • Heartstopping horrors – Aftermath: Art in the Wake of World War review
    Tate Britain, LondonThis shocking, fascinating show doesn’t just capture the nightmare of battle. It also features one of the 20th century’s greatest sculptures – The Fallen Man, which cost its creator his lifeA body hurled into space and impal…
    - 15 days ago, 4 Jun 18, 10:32am -
  • Brush with death: first world war art goes on show at Tate Britain
    London exhibition shows impact of conflict on British, German and French artistsTate Britain is inviting members of the armed forces and veterans to view for free an exhibition on art created in the aftermath of the first world war – however, they…
    - 15 days ago, 4 Jun 18, 9:12am -

The International Sculpture Center

  • Aimee Gilmore: The Materiality of Motherhood
    Aimee Gilmore is an artist based in Philadelphia whose current work is intimately connected with her experiences as a mother. Working across a variety of media, from breast milk and baby clothes to neon and rubber, she oscillates between the miraculo…
    - 6 days ago, 13 Jun 18, 9:35am -
  • Resident Update: Cassidy Frye at Art-St. Urban
    Art-St-Urban is settled in the beautiful rural Switzerland. Each day you hear the bells of the nearby abbey. Having never been to Switzerland, I wasn’t sure what to expect, but I am surrounded by lush forests and fantastic architecture. The air sme…
    - 12 days ago, 7 Jun 18, 9:45am -
  • Part 2 of Interview with Agnieszka Kurant: Cambridge Analytica and The End of Signature
    Agnieszka Kurant discusses the concept of collective signatures, including one for the façade of the Cleveland Museum of Art. She is the Ida Ely Rubin Artist in Residence at the MIT Center for Art, Science, and Technology. Agneiszka Kurant:  As we…
    - 13 days ago, 6 Jun 18, 9:35am -
  • Ileana Hochmann – “Levanta, sacode a poeira e da a volta por cima”
    Translate from Spanish to English or other languages Mitad brasilera, mitad argentina, Ileana Hochmann transitó toda su vida los caminos marcados entre el Rio de la Plata y Rio de Janeiro. Con formación en la Escola de Artes Visuais Parque Lage, su…
    - 13 days ago, 6 Jun 18, 9:35am -
  • In the Belly of the Beast:  Metal Arts on Display in a Steel Town
    Iron and steel were once the heart of industry in Birmingham. Central Alabama was the ideal site for producing steel as all three of the components needed (iron ore, limestone, and coal) could be found in abundance in the area. Like its sister cities…
    - 20 days ago, 30 May 18, 9:35am -
  • Artists Who Tie the Knot
    During her five years of marriage to sculptor William King, the now 90 year-old painter Lois Dodd said that she “got to do all the womanly stuff…I always thought Bill’s work was great, so I was happy to support his career,” which also was pro…
    - 20 days ago, 30 May 18, 9:35am -
  • Heaven’s Light
    In Chinese mythology, the Kunlun Mountain is home to many gods and goddesses, it demarks the center of the four points of the compass, and it’s the place where Earth and Heaven meet.  For artist Xu Longsen, it served as the inspiration for an ambi…
    - 27 days ago, 23 May 18, 9:35am -
  • Standing In Place Of: Shelly Rahme and Jannick Deslauriers
    Representation. Well, there’s a loaded term if ever there was; a veritable minefield. It has myriad meanings, associations, connotations, what have you. So let me narrow it down – quite a bit, actually – to what I’ll call “standing in place…
    - 34 days ago, 16 May 18, 9:35am -
  • Cecilia Mendez Casariego – Rostros que lo dicen todo
    Translate from Spanish to English or other languages Nacida en Buenos Aires, Cecilia Mendez Casariego es escultora y docente, formada en Escuela de Bellas Artes “Manuel Belgrano” como Maestro Nacional de dibujo (2002) y Profesora en Artes Visuale…
    - 41 days ago, 9 May 18, 9:35am -
  • Agnieszka Kurant: Complex Systems
    “My work is about how aggregated social capital can be used for good causes. Its value can even be calculated.” – Agnieszka Kurant Agnieszka Kurant  is preparing to install one of her collective signatures on the façade of the Cleveland Museu…
    - 48 days ago, 2 May 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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