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Category Archives: Sculpture
The piece, a colossal open book carried aloft by eagle’s wings with a 30-foot span, is Mr. Kiefer’s first ever site-specific outdoor public sculpture in the U.S.
A roundup of art reviews, featuring Sarah Crowner’s paintings at Casey Kaplan, photocopy art at the Whitney and Isa Genzken’s works at David Zwirner.
Brave the winter weather for Piers 92/94 in Manhattan, and you’ll find a great mix of works from Cuba, Norway, the Netherlands and more.
Her welded-metal sculptures were known for their grace and sense of motion.
Delayed by a dispute between Ms. Walker and organizers, her calliope installation finally opens to the public at Prospect New Orleans.
Mr. Harvey was renowned for his intricately detailed, realistic bronze representations of pigs, frogs, turtles and even the occasional human.
The unique, life-size relief sculptures of humped creatures and other beasts of burden are about 2,000 years old, but little is known about their origins.
Diana Al-Hadid, a Syrian-born, Brooklyn-based sculptor, will have her first major outdoor public art project when “Delirious Matter” opens in May.
Equal parts surreal and symbolic, modern and primitive, Gonzalo Fonseca’s miniature landscapes are relentlessly mysterious.