Ulrich Rückriem‘s major work “40 Bodenreliefs“ at the Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin until January 14, 2024

The artist‘s cuboids make the square floor tiles by Mies von der Rohe seem to grow in height

In front of Antwerp Cathedral, Nello and his dog Patrasche lie tightly embraced under a paving slab

The Belgian sculptor Batist Vermeulen (“Tist“) created the sculpture based on a story by the author Ouida

Three towering structures of stone and steel named “Cracked Ice“ on show at Manhattan’s Garment District

Artist Del Geist visualizes climate change and the melting of ice over time, through March 2024

Sculptors Cynthia Sah and Nicolas Bertoux from Fondazione Arkad win the 2023 “Pietrasanta and Versilia in the World“ award

The prize is annually given to artists who made known the little city halfway between Carrara and Pisa

Andrej Mitevski depicts his own experiences, feelings, thoughts, etc., inside a stone

The sculptor from northern Macedonia does not so much want to create forms as emotions from the stone

Italian sculptor Emanuela Camacci makes new works of art from the stone chips that fall off her large sculptures

But she does not adorn herself with current buzzwords like recycling or circular economy

Los Angeles LACMA exhibition “Eternal Medium: Seeing the World in Stone“ through February 11, 2024

The show brings together art pieces that utilize the colors, veins and other natural features of stones

Oddities from the world of stones: obelisks have always been challenges for stone sculptors, engineers, and storytellers

The British company Lapicida has now included scaled-down versions in its collections

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