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Interesting mainly for artists from Belgium: application open for the 8th International Sculpture Symposium of Durbuy (May 5-22, 2022)

Ten artists from around the world may participate: no royalty, no assumption of travel expenses, but full board

A stimulating search game: Neïl Beloufa’s installation “The Moral of the Story“ in Piazza Liberty in Milan

The company Henraux has realized a fable of the artist as bas-reliefs in marble

Citizen solidarity in response to Covid-19: eight sculptures of applauding hands made of Macael Marble were installed in Andalusia

The works of art are a reminder of the applause that people gave professionals in hospitals, among others, in the fight against the pandemic

Are art and culture not different from consumption and commerce? is the real question in a farce in the Moselle town of Traben-Trarbach in Germany

The dispute is about the local tourism fee which stone local sculptor Jürgen Waxweiler refuses to pay

Rolling Stones (“Pedras Rolantes“) in the Portuguese way in the pavement of the city of Évora

The artist Bernardo Bagulho creates faces and masks from leftover pieces from a sculpture center and thus sets charming accents on paths and squares

“Tactile experience as a very important aesthetic dimension in sculpture“

In the exhibition “This Living Hand“ in the Henry Moore Studios & Gardens curated by Edmund de Waal, visitors are invited to touch the works in stone and bronze

Sensation in Dresden: a skull in white marble has been attributed to the famous Italian sculptor Gian Lorenzo Bernini

Friedrich August I of Saxony, better known as Augustus the Strong, had purchased the masterpiece in 1728, but later it got forgotten

Application open: international Luxembourg Art Prize is meant to promote talented artists who are (still) not known internationally

No limits on age, nationality, or place of residence / Entries from drawing, printing, installation, painting, photography, sculpture, mixed techniques, decorative arts / Entrance fee

Tate Modern’s „EY Exhibition: The Making of Rodin“ gives a unique insight into the artist‘s ways of thinking and making

Auguste Rodin, who personally only worked as a modeller with materials such as clay, broke the rules of classical sculpture to create a dramatically different image of the human body

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