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Art installation on Stanford University’s Science and Engineering Quad: like a playground for thoughts with 12 oversized marbles made of colored stones

Artist Alicja Kwade created the spheres for the campus between the School of Engineering’s buildings

If somewhere a boulder seems to be floating in the air, Hannes Ludescher is probably behind it

The Austrian artist knots hollow bodies from twigs, which he covers with flexible paper and paints them to look like boulders or stone

“Art Moves Europe“ wants to give the idea of a united Europe a new popularity with a sculpture trail

The association is looking for artists or organizations that represent the values of the community in their works

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

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