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“Break for Art” by the The Dallas Museum of Art: 10 minutes for a deep and unexited look at masterpieces

As an example: Jessie Carillo, Manager of adult programs at the DMA, speaks about Claude Monet’s “The Seine at Lavacourt” (1880)

Exhibition “Canova and Thorvaldsen. The birth of modern sculpture” now as 360° virtual tour in English and Italian

Both artists re-interpreted themes from the Classical World and used new techniques in the creation of their works

“Connections”: more than 80 examples of contemporary craft online at the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s Renwick Gallery

The objects celebrate craft with different media from the 1930s and highlight the interconnectivity of various objects

[kunstwerk] krastal: Sculpture symposium and events in the coming weeks

The Austrian art association sent us the following information about its sculpture symposium (July 17 – August 18, 2020) in the city of Völkermarkt in Carinthia, Austria

The enigmatic sculptor of the “Barbus Müller” finally unmasked

An exhibition at the Musée Barbier-Mueller in Geneva brings together the mysterious sculptures with indigenous art worldwide and documents the investigation to identify the French creator

Swiss Bibliothek Andreas Züst: Call for applications for 3 residencies for Swiss and international cultural workers at the majestic former hotel Alpenhof

Participants shall develop projects that deal with the tradition of libraries as places of knowledge and as fabric of our culture

James Brunt: Land-Art with wonderful geometries from small elements of nature such as leaves, sticks and stones

The English artist is inspired by the conditions of a place and compiles his works of art from the materials found there

Exhibition „En Passant“ about the influence of impressionism on the art of sculpting

Until October 25, 2020, the Städel Museum in Frankfurt/Main, Germany explores how the attributes of impressionist painting like ephemerality found expression in 3D-art

Chris Booth places really big stone sculptures in the landscape and makes even the smallest things visible

The New Zealand sculptor and land art artist draws inspiration for his work from the proximity, nature and the local history

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