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Israeli environmental sculptor Dani Karavan shares his opinions in our publication Can Art Aid in Resolving Conflicts?: 100 Perspectives.
The Netherlands – Studio Drift’s Lonneke Gordijn creates a transforming sculpture that acts as a narrative device in a contemporary production of L’Orfeo.
Stockholm – Anders Krisár’s sculptures examine the divided and chaotic nature of the human condition, creating lifelike forms that bear indelible marks.
Berlin – Art+Com Studios harnessed nature’s mathematical beauty and the power of augmented reality for an expansive biomimetic sculpture.
United States – Artist Patrick Dougherty uses saplings to create sculptures that represent the contrast with the solid geometry of modern cities.
ANTWERP – The artist’s latest exhibition at Middelheim Museum challenges assumptions of contemporary sculpture by returning to past forms in order to create new ones.
Kingston upon Hull, England – An enormous paper cod fish swims alongside islands of paper stars. Made using G . F Smith’s Colorplan range, Paper City features work by eight UK …
SEVILLE – In March 2017, Seville became the eighth Spanish city to inaugurate a Caixaforum. The project repurposes a space that previously existed as a subterranean car park.
MILAN – Paola Pivi's fabulous feathered bears are back, posing in the la Rinascente windows in a surrealist statement against the mundane in the human condition.
MILAN – A modernist metal tree stands in a darkened cinema. The New Spring installation plays with the impermanence and the resilience of nature, life, and technology.
PARIS – To coincide with Chiharu Shiota’s current exhibition, here we look at her textile creations and investigate the way she uses thread as a way to explore memory and belonging.
NEW YORK – In advance of her upcoming exhibition in New York next month, here we see how Alyson Shotz’s sculptures reveal the natural forces that inhabit a space.
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