Art news / Archive

Goethe-Institut offers artists who live and work in Germany a residency in Bangalore from October to December, 2020

Participants shall get involved with creative partners in India / Application until February 29, 2020

Application open for 15 artists for the 25th Woodcarving Symposium in St. Blasien, Black Forest, Germany (August 30 – September 06, 2020 )

For the first time, combining wood with other materials – peferably stone – is possible / Deadline for entries: April 17

„Change?!“ is the theme of the 10th Wind Art Festival in August 2020 in Hesse province near Kassel, Germany

Five works which must wind and weatherproof will be awarded in a competition / Entries until April 03, 2020

With the miniature installation „Iceberg”, Moreno Ratti implies that we use too much water

Mostly the designer from the Carrara area devotes himself to practical environmental issues such as the use of marble waste

„Percorsi d’Arte“ shows how new technologies open doors for sculptors (3)

Four artists and industrial designer Raffaello Galiotto developed works previously impossible to accomplish

Call for entries: artworks for the outdoor Sculpture Park in Wuhu city in the Yangtze River Delta, Eastern China

Prizes from 250,000 to 80,000 RMB (US-$36,000 to 1,150) / Sculptors’ proposals will be realized by Chinese companies

„Percorsi d’Arte“ showed how new technologies open doors for sculptors (2)

Four artists and industrial designer Raffaello Galiotto developed works previously impossible to accomplish

Peter Crinnion, British sculptor, produces small, mischievous pieces in stone

He studied fine art and soon discovered the precision of stone sculpting as an enrichment

Isamu Noguchi’s stone sculptures now accessible via internet

Coinciding with the 115th birthday of the Japanese-American multi-disciplinary artist his museum launched a digital archive

Marmomac 2019: „Percorsi d’Arte“ shows how new technologies open doors for sculptors (1)

Four artists and industrial designer Raffaello Galiotto developed works previously impossible to accomplish