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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

Paul Cocksedge’s “Slump“ tables at the Carpenters Workshop Gallery in London until December 18, 2020

The British designer’s art pieces give glass table tops the impression of water flowing over bases made of rock, steel, wood or concrete

Mosaics of marble and glass that take the emptiness out of potholes in city streets and maybe even give them a sense of purpose

Jim Bachor found the inspiration for his art during excavations in Pompeii and later, on his doorstep in Chicago

“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

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