Tag Archives: sculpture

German Pop at Schirn

Schirn in Frankfurt presents a large-scale exhibition on German Pop Art from the 1960s and 70s. Unlike Anglo-American pop art, German pop art was more overt political and focused on banalities of everyday life. > MORE   German Pop Features:    Hermann Albert, Konrad Klapheck, Reinhold Heller, Vettina von Arnim, Sigmar Polke, Gerhard Richter, Florian Köhler, […]

Fiber: Sculpture 1960-Present

Of Thread and Fiber

“Fiber” is a brilliant survey that examines the evolution of fiber art over the past 40 years. From early pioneers like Shiela Hicks to contemporary artistic practices involving immersive spaces. Featured artists: Magdalena Abakanowicz, Olga de Amaral, Xenobia Bailey, Alexandra Bircken, Jagoda Buić, Alexander da Cunha, Ria van Eyk, Josh Faught, Elsi Giauque, Françoise Grossen, […]

Cy Twombly: The Essential Cy Twombly

A Giant: Cy Twombly

He mastered sculpture, painting, drawing as well as photography – here’s a fantastic survey on the diverse and singular practice of Cy Twombly. Perhaps best know for his gestural brushworks. A must-have in every home – really! Cy Twombly (1928–2011) was born in 1928 in Lexington, Virginia. He studied at the School of the Museum […]

Lygia Clark: The Abandonment of Art, 1948-1988

Playful Interactions: Lygia Clark

Participatory and off-beat. The spatial and sensorial art by the late Brazilian artist Lygia Clark finds new audiences. This MoMA exhibition catalogue encompasses works from her entire career spanning from 1948 to 1988. Lygia Clark (1920–1988) trained in Rio de Janeiro and Paris from the late 1940s to the mid-1950s. Clark was at the forefront […]

Tatiana Trouve: I Tempi Doppi

Unsettling: Trouve – I Tempi Doppi

The works of Paris-based artist Tatiana Trouvé are unnerving and create haunting situations that oscillate between the real, the imaginary and the illusory. In her art rational and irrational spheres connect. “I Tempi Doppi” is a large-scale presentation of her invariably site-specific works in eight installation rooms at the Kunstmuseum Bonn and is the first […]

Ai Weiwei: Evidence

Surveillance: Ai Weiwei

“Evidence” is Ai Weiwei’s largest one-man show ever now on display at Martin-Gropius-Bau in Berlin. It contains works and installations which were either designed for the Martin-Gropius-Bau or have not yet been shown in Germany. > MORE “This show reflects the work in past years. Most of them are new works. Some are related to […]

Mira Schendel

Mira Schendel – Brazilian Modernism

Discover one of the greatest Latin American artists. This new catalogue accompanies large touring retrospective now showing at Tate Modern. > MORE Mira Schendel Editors:    Tanya Barson, Taisa Palhares ISBN:    9781849760904 Publisher:    Tate Publishing Publ. year:    2013 Language:    English Pages:    260 Illustrations:    265 colour Width x height:    210 x 270 (mm) Binding:    softcover Weight:    910 […]

Eva Hesse: One More than One

Productive Years: Eva Hesse

In the mid-1960s Eva Hesse began experimenting with new materials that had never before been used to produce art objects; these included polyester, fiberglass and latex. > MORE Eva Hesse: One More than One Editors:    Brigitte Kölle, Petra Roettig Designed by:    Adeline Morlon Text by:    Marcia Begleiter, Tom Doyle, Helen Hesse Charash, Brigitte Kölle, Lucy […]

Charles Long

Abstract Sculpture by Charles Long

Jarla Partilager in Berlin is now showing a comprehensive overview of American artist Charles Long’s works from 1992 through the present – including sculpture in various media, stoneware and works on paper. At the core of Charles Long’s body of work is a dialogue between body and mind about the nature of objectness. The book […]

Eva Hesse - 1965

Turning Point – Eva Hesse

1965 marked a turning point in Eva Hesse’s life and artistic practice. It was during a residency in Düsseldort that things started to change. This was the year she gave up painting for drawing and became a sculptor.  > MORE Eva Hesse – 1965 Editor:    Barry Rosen Text by:    Jo Applin, Todd Alden, Kirsten Swenson […]