“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

Combined use of 3D scanning and CNC: for sculptors and natural stone companies, opportunities open up for new products and novel works of art

Examples from Italy, Spain and Germany show how the creatively inclined are already taking advantage of the great opportunities offered by modern technologies

Washington National Cathedral pays tribute to Holocaust survivor and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Elie Wiesel with a bust on its Human Rights Porch

The house of worship sees itself as a place to pray to God, but also to engage the earth against “hatred, bigotry and anti-Semitism“

A stimulating search game: Neïl Beloufa’s installation “The Moral of the Story“ in Piazza Liberty in Milan

The company Henraux has realized a fable of the artist as bas-reliefs in marble

Citizen solidarity in response to Covid-19: eight sculptures of applauding hands made of Macael Marble were installed in Andalusia

The works of art are a reminder of the applause that people gave professionals in hospitals, among others, in the fight against the pandemic

Are art and culture not different from consumption and commerce? is the real question in a farce in the Moselle town of Traben-Trarbach in Germany

The dispute is about the local tourism fee which stone local sculptor Jürgen Waxweiler refuses to pay

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