20 June 2023 • Mark Westall
Who needs Augmented Reality when you have Wurm Reality (W.R) the reality dreamt-up, created by Austrian artist Erwin Wurm? Now exhibiting at Yorkshire Sculpture Park with Trap of the Truth – his first UK museum exhibition.
29 March 2023 • Mark Westall
The New Museum has announced that Sarah Lucas (b. 1962, London, UK) is the inaugural recipient of the Hostetler/Wrigley Sculpture Award, a biennial award supporting the production of new sculpture by women artists.
5 March 2023 • Mark Westall
Impulse Gallery in Lucerne is to present Italian sculptor Peter Demetz’s first major exhibition in Switzerland.
19 September 2022 • Mark Westall
Tate Modern has opened the UK’s first major exhibition of the work of Maria Bartuszová (1936-1996), an artist who defined the world of sculpture on her own terms using innovative methods in plaster casting.
9 June 2022 • Mark Westall
Students from the Royal College of Art’s MA Sculpture programme have been invited to develop artworks for temporary display in… Read More
11 May 2022 • Paul Carey-Kent
Edward Munch, very much a painter, is easily Norway’s most famous artist, and a new 13-floor building – ‘Munch’ as it is styled – was recently opened in his honour. Walking around Oslo, though, it would be easy to think that sculpture is the national preference: statues dot the streets and I visited four sculpture parks. For example:
23 December 2021 • Irene Machetti
I met with Riccardo Antonio Leone to get to the heart of his art, an intense creative process which brought salvation to the artist.
Refik Anadol’s AI data sculpture MACHINE HALLUCINATIONS: NATURE DREAMS! achieves $1.2+ million on OpenSea.
22 December 2021 • Mark Westall
MACHINE HALLUCINATIONS: NATURE DREAMS! a unique 1/1 piece by @refikanadol on @opensea has achieved the price of 300.6942 ETH! $1,210,841.42
15 December 2021 • Mark Westall
The ARX has unveiled a monumental installation entitled Dreams Matter by artist, Brendan Murphy. Commissioned by The ARX, the 19-foot… Read More
In-depth conversation with TARWUK exploring their practice and the idea of identity through metamorphosis
9 November 2021 • Irene Machetti
Collezione Maramotti presents Ante mare et terras, the first solo exhibition in Italy by the New York-based, Croatian duo TARWUK… Read More
31 March 2021 • Mark Westall
‘It won’t last forever (or maybe it will)’ is Ben Edmunds’ solo debut in Europe and his most ambitious exhibition to date. Best known for his large scale paintings that combine tropes of modernist abstraction with the stylised accents of extreme sports, this show marks an expansion of possibilities in his practice. The works move between painting, sculpture, photography, branding, useful objects and wearable equipment.
12 March 2021 • Mark Westall
Dellasposa presents The Shape of Colour an exhibition of new sculptures by Belgrade-born London based artist Misha Milovanovich, marking her first solo show with the gallery.
18 January 2021 • Mark Westall
Liverpool BID Company and dot-art are looking for the fourth artist to have their work installed on The Liverpool Plinth.
30 August 2020 • Tabish Khan
The Top 5 Art Exhibitions to see iN London include Horses, hands, penises, London, zombies and miniatures.
SACRED THING: Launching Today: Online Platform for Limited Edition Sculpture by Contemporary Artists
24 June 2020 • Mark Westall
This summer sees the launch of Sacred Thing, an online contemporary art concept store and peripatetic gallery that collaborates with artists to create limited edition sculptures.
19 March 2020 • Mark Westall
A new major sculpture commission from emerging artist Alice Irwin has turned the iconic grand piazza in Halifax’s Piece Hall into a playground for the artists cast of distinctive characters