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Martin Creed’s Work No.1059, 2011 is the New Commission for the...

EDINBURGH.- The Fruitmarket Gallery commissioned a new work of public sculpture by Turner-Prize winning Scottish artist Martin Creed for Edinburgh’s historic Scotsman Steps. Work 1059 is a feast for the eyes – 104 steps leading from the Scot...

First New York Survey of the Work of California Artist B....

NEW YORK, NY.- Metro Pictures presents a special summer exhibition: the first New York survey of the work of B. Wurtz. Spanning some 40 years, the show is a collaboration between B. Wurtz; White Columns director Mathew Higgs, the exhibition's curator; ...

Major Retrospective of Israeli Artist Micha Ullman on View at the...

JERUSALEM.- The Israel Museum presents the first museum retrospective of the work of Israeli artist Micha Ullman, spanning the artist's fifty-year career in sculpture, drawing, and installation. Sands of Time: The Work of Micha Ullman brings together a...

Installation of Paul McCarthy’s Work "Henry Moore Bound to Fail" in...

VIENNA.- The American artist Paul McCarthy’s work Henry Moore Bound to Fail presented by KÖR on public space karlsplatz relates to Henry Moore not only formally, but also topographically: it is positioned in a place that guarantees visual contact...

Picasso’s Vollard Suite: The Sculptor’s Studio at the Bruce Museum in...

GREENWICH, CT.- From June 18, 2011, to October 16, 2011, the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, Connecticut, will feature etchings by Pablo Picasso (1881-1973), considered by many to be one of the most important artists of the 20th century. Picasso’s Voll...

Incisions in Space: Exhibition of Sculptural Collages at Museum Morsbroich, Leverkusen

LEVERKUSEN.- The collage is based upon a productive unification of contrasts. Art and the everyday world collide forcefully here and generate a poetry of contradiction. By virtue of the strategy of the “systematic exploitation of the randomly or a...

2011 Pittsburgh Biennial Presents Nine Contemporary Artists with Strong Ties to...

PITTSBURGH, PA.- Carnegie Museum of Art’s contribution to the multi-venue 2011 Pittsburgh Biennial presents nine contemporary artists with strong ties to Pittsburgh addressing a broad range of subjects that touch on the idea of “work.” T...

Louise Bourgeois’s Sculpture "Maman" Coming To Fondation Beyeler Park

ZURICH.- Louise Bourgeois (1911-2010) was one of the most significant and influential artist personalities of our times. She would have celebrated her 100th birthday on December 25, 2011. To mark this occasion, the Fondation Beyeler is mounting an ...

Allan Alfred Voigt, Founder of the Voigt Family Sculpture Foundation, Dies

GEYSERVILLE, CA.- Al Voigt died of lung cancer (he had never smoked) on Friday, May 13, surrounded by friends and family. Al was a Renaissance Man for the 21st Century, providing visionary and inspirational leadership while founding a series of success...

Celebrated Furniture Maker Emmanuel Beurdeley’s Private Collection to Sell at Bonhams

LONDON.- The private collection of one of the finest furniture maker’s of his time, Emmanuel Alfred Beurdeley (1847-1919), is to be sold at Bonhams, New Bond Street, as part of its Fine European Furniture, Sculpture and Works of Art sale on 6 July...

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