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On our list for the time after Covid-19: Bernini’s Fountain of Four Rivers in Rome

This work of art in Piazza Navona symbolizes the known world of the time and is great cinema in many ways

On our list for the time after Covid-19: a visit at the Louvre in Paris

Until then, in our series we we only take a virtual look at famous destinations and their stones around the world

The British sculptor William Peers creates elegant and seemingly effortless forms in marble

Even if the results seem weightless, for him the hard way of working on the stone is important and a prerequisite for his art

Olivia Louvel: total abstraction of image, sound, and stone

The French-British artist uses the software AudioSculpt to transform acoustic quotations by sculptor Barbara Hepworth

Sculptress Simona de Lorenzo: large forms as a means of multiple communication

For the artist from Italy, contrasts are an important part of our world and human existence

Despite Covid-19: a (virtual) visit to Tullio Lombardo’s “Adam“ in New York City

The Metropolitan Museum of Art had realized an innovative restoration after the work of art had fallen down and shattered into pieces nearly 20 years ago

Despite Covid-19: a (virtual) visit to Michelangelo’s David in Florence

On the webpage of the Galleria dell’Accadmia in Florence, one can take a selfie with the sculpture in the background

The English sculptor Ben Russell creates cacti, fungi, and roots from natural stone

The artist was formerly a restorer of stone objects and lived in London until he returned to the county of Dorsett in the countryside and put his skills to new use

Eisenhower Memorial in Washington D.C. with stainless steel tapestry and bas-reliefs in stone

After many years of discussions about architect Frank Gehry’s design, the site at the Mall was inaugurated in September 2020

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