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The art of Demetz succeeds in tackling the instability of contemporary thought...
Balkenhol, Delvoye, Quinn
Ceal Floyer's clarity of thought and precision in the presentation of her ideas
resonate in all the areas of her art...
Deredia a Roma
Ernesto Neto 4
Organised in two phases, the exhibition represents a
sort of encyclopaedia of artistic representation of the great existential themes.
The second Stein notebook examines the sculptures and bas-reliefs of Fausto Melotti (Roverto 1902 -
Milan 1986), which were produced in two distinct periods of his bountiful career.
Vincenzo Gemito (1852-1929), who soon distanced himself from academic-style
sculpture to try the path of Realism, created numerous portraits which
all reflect the personality of the person concerned
The years of great energy of one of the major sculptors of the twentieth
century on the occasion of the centenary of the birth.
Manzu: Grafica Autobiografica
The exhibition presents a selection of one hundred drawings and engravings by the
artist from 1937 to 1980, most of which have very rarely been exhibited to the public.
Gilbert & George:
The General Jungle
or Carrying on Sculpting
Jesus Rafael Soto
Seventy works between sculptures and drawings document the
incredibly original journey of the French-American artist.
Perino & Vele
"Irony is one of the most frequently-used words when speaking of the sculpture of the
Neapolitan duo Emiliano Perino and Luca Vele..."
Sculpture at Goodwood:
A Vision for Twenty-First Century
Steven Gregory: Skulduggery
Titani Preziosi: Precious Titanium
Titanium, the “material of the future” and its sophisticated, practical
and refined applications: from sportswear to architecture, from
artificial limbs to cosmetics and jewelry, Titanium is a strong, shining, tough metal.
Tony Cragg at Goodwood
Vincenzo Gemito (1852-1929), who soon distances himself from academic-style
sculpture to try the path of Realism, created numerous portraits which all
reflect the personality of the person concerned.
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