Application open for the woodcarving symposium in Brienz, Switzerland, from July 09 to 15, 2022

The venue is the quay of Lake Brienz (Brienzersee) / Accommodation fully covered by the organizer, but participants have to pay their travel expenses

“Broadway Blooms“: in Upper Manhattan between 64th and 157th streets, eight monumental marble blossoms enrich the streetscape until spring 2022

Artist Jon Isherwood created the sculptures, which took on special symbolism in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic

“Living Stone“ by Nicolas Bertoux

The artist from near Carrara has cut a boulder into waves and made them movable

There are many stories to tell about the stone in the Arc de Triomphe fassade coming from Souppes-sur-Loing situated roughly 100 km south of Paris

According to plans by Christo, the monument will be wrapped with sheets of shiny silver plastic from September 18 to October 03, 2021

The exhibition Diversity United in 2 hangars at the former Tempelhof Airport in Berlin has been extended until October 10, 2021

90 artists from 34 countries pose questions about the role of the European continent in a globalized world

Justin Bateman: pebble painting

The British artist creates ephemeral land art that takes a lot of work to create, yet he simply leaves it on the beach or on a path

An Exhibition in West Yorkshire, UK, presents an in-depth view of Barbara Hepworth’s life, interests, work and legacy

The artist (1903-1975) strongly influenced sculpture with her development of a new aesthetic sensibility

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