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“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

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

On our list for the time after Covid-19: São Paulo in Brazil from its artistic side with stone

The metropolis is home to numerous sculptures and, of course, some monumental monuments to the country‘s history

Mophradat: 10 to 15 grants for artists from or living in the Arab world, and/or engaged with the Arab world (on a rolling basis)

On average US$5,000 can be used with no restrictions from material and equipment to field research expenses, fees, renting a workspace, printing, etc

Natural stone art for the Covid-19 pandemic: Salvatori has internationally renowned designers and architects create miniature homes for a global village

Creatives are asked to represent what “home“ means to them / This time: Patricia Urquiola and Yabu Pushelberg

“By the Way“ by Ann Lane features more than 1000 works of art along the roads and in the villages of Ireland

They are big and small, those that tell a funny story or those that also tell of great misfortune

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