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  1. Animal Sculptures.

    Freethoughtblogs.com - Lifestyle 10.07 / 15:30 freethoughtblogs.com
    Autumn is officially upon us. It’s the season of shorter days, brighter moons and bountiful harvests. Niigata prefecture, in Northern Japan, is known for its rice paddies and rice production. Around this time of year the rice harvest becomes a big deal, as well as the tons of rice straw, or wara, that is leftover. […
  2. Baltimore artist installs protest-inspired sculpture in Mondawmin

    On the other side of a chain-link fence, traffic moves along the street that protesters walked following the death of Freddie Gray in 2015. Inside the fence, artist Matthew Gray stands with his latest sculpture, an aluminum mass titled “Cache #1.” “It’s very helter-skelter,” said Matthew Gray…
  3. Always in flight: Malik Seneferu’s new sculpture at Sundial inspires youth with places to go

    Sfbayview.com - Lifestyle 10.07 / 03:49 sfbayview.com
    About a year ago Bayview’s Hilltop Park received a renovation which covered a new lawn and upgraded the plaza, amphitheater and lighting surrounding the sundial. Earlier this year an artist who was born and raised in the neighborhood felt the need to add his own artistic touch to the park: local hero Malik Seneferu. The Hilltop Park sculpture, titled “Harbor’s Landing,” features a bird, its blue color reflecting the cobalt blue of the summer sky, emerging from the blue Bay…
  4. HAVE YOU HEARD: Nino Vendome on hunt for site to build Philip Johnson’s Habitable Sculpture

    Rew-online.com - Real Estate 10.06 / 17:04 rew-online.com
    Developer Nino Vendome, chairman of Vendome Development, is finalizing the details of his long in-the-works project, The Habitable Sculpture, a 26-story structure considered both art and accommodation. The project is a collaboration with the late architect Philip Johnson, and the Vendome team is considering a number of sites to begin finally building the property originally…
  5. Artist “vandalises” Snapchat and Jeff Koon’s AR sculpture

    Alphr.com - Arts&Culture 10.06 / 14:04 alphr.com
    Artist “vandalises” Snapchat and Jeff Koon’s AR sculpture New York's Sebastian ErraZuriz is protesting the "imminent AR corporate invasion” 6 Oct 2017 Ne…
  6. Don't Miss Christopher Paul Jordan's Temporary Installation at Olympic Sculpture Park

    Thestranger.com - Arts&Culture 10.06 / 10:21 thestranger.com
    A meditation on black displacement by a Neddy Award-winning artist. by Emily Pothast Right now, there is a device stationed at the northern edge of the Olympic Sculpture Park that looks, at first glance, like one of those vintage tourist viewfinders where you pay a quarter to look through a binocular telescope. But instead of offering glimpses of the Olympic Mountains or the crystalline waters of Elliott Bay, this device…
  7. Sculptures accent a stroll through SIUE

    Riverbender.com - Illinois (IL) 10.06 / 09:44 riverbender.com
    EDWARDSVILLE - For the last four months, 11 students from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE) have designed, built and installed outdoor sculptures throughout the campus. These sculptures Continue…
  8. Nasher Sculpture Center Announces Theaster Gates as Winner of the 2018 Nasher Prize

    Dallasweekly.com - Arts&Culture 10.06 / 02:27 dallasweekly.com
    Dallas, TX – The Nasher Sculpture Center announces American artist Theaster Gates as the recipient of the 2018 Nasher Prize. In its third year, the Nasher Prize is the most ambitious international a…
  9. Bronze Sculptures Recovered at Antikythera Shipwreck Site

    Archaeology.org - Science 10.04 / 20:32 archaeology.org
    ANTIKYTHERA, GREECE—According to a report in The Guardian, pieces of at least seven different bronze sculptures have been recovered at the site of the Antikythera shipwreck, made famous by the discovery of the Antikythera mechanism in 1901. Brendan Foley of Lund University said the pieces were found among large boulders that may have tumbled over the wreckage during an earthquake in the fourth century A.D. with an underwater metal detector. Recovering any possible additional statue pieces w…
  10. Big Island Contributes Trash for Giant Whale Sculpture

    Bigislandnow.com - Arts&Culture 10.04 / 17:35 bigislandnow.com
    Local environmental group partners with New York artists to build giant blue whale out of plastic…
  11. New Nasher Sculpture Center tea exhibit steeps tradition in whimsy

    Dallas.culturemap.com - Arts&Culture 10.04 / 13:31 dallas.culturemap.com
    It's difficult to keep up with Tom Sachs. While chatting on the phone or in person, his words run a million miles a minute, dropping fine art references and pop culture ruminations at a rapid-fire pace. For an artist so energetic and enthusiastic, taking on the subject of the slow-moving meditative Japanese tea ceremony -- or chanoyu -- may seem like an incongruous choice. But Sachs' passion makes "Tom Sachs: Tea Ceremony" at the…
  12. Museum of the Creative Process Opens Sculpture Park

    VTnews-guide.com-VT 10.04 / 09:35 vermontnews-guide.com
    The Museum of the Creative Process invites the community for an open house celebrating the opening of the Moral Science Project, Gallery and Sculpture Park, a new center for creativity and wellness in Manchester Village, on Columbus Day weekend. Tours of the new exhibits will meet at the Moral Science Project, 3814 Main Street, across from the Taconic Hotel, at…