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Olena Dodatko cultivates monumental forms with great impact despite minimalist representation

The Ukrainian-born sculptor loves it when her sculptures are placed in public spaces

Sal Orlando likes to assemble his small stone figures from colored stones with strong veins

The Californian artist follows an unusual path for sculptors

Neal Barab: a sculptor from California in Pietrasanta at the foot of the White Marble Mountains

The influence of his father, who worked for the toy company Mattel, is unmistakable in Neal’s current works

Stylized cranes in the paving in front of Sankta Helena church in Skövde, Sweden

Landscape architect Thorbjörn Andersson wanted to bring the region’s famous bird migration into the town in an abstract way and give the townspeople a place that makes a statement

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

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

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

Call for lectures for the Congress on Monumental Sculpture on February 24, 2024, at Almacelles City in Spain

Artists or art professionals are invited to apply with topics of general interest / Participation fee of 100 €

Ruth Bader Ginsberg, former U.S. Supreme Court justice, gets portrait carving at Grand West Staircase at New York State Capitol

It is the 78th such artwork and is also meant to honor the state’s role in the women’s movement

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