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  • A Painterly Look Into Sculptors’ Studios

    By November 29, 2017

    Painting and sculpture have always had a rather complicated relationship, with artists arguing for the superiority of one or the other. Yet, in the 19th century, it appears that many painters were fascinated by sculptors, their studios and the...

  • Happy 177th Birthday Rodin!

    By November 12, 2017

    Happy 177th Birthday Rodin! Francois Auguste Rene Rodin was born in Paris on November 12th, 1840. The French sculptor is known as the progenitor of modern sculpture. Even though much of his work was criticized during his lifetime,...

  • Liza Lou Beading the World…One Tiny Bead at a Time

    By October 13, 2017

    When I was in high school, my art teacher told the class to visit Liza Lou’s art exhibit. I agreed and seriously it was one of the top five impressive works of art I have seen. It featured...

  • Join A Visit To Anish Kapoor Studio

    By September 29, 2017

    Over 20 years after artist and sculptor Anish Kapoor moved into an old dairy factory in south London, Caseyfierro Architects has transformed the entire street block into a series of studios, workshops and galleries. It took architects Michael...

  • Faun Barberini – Sexy Animal from Ancient Greece

    By September 25, 2017

    Drunk and asleep men are rarely, if ever, beautiful and sexually appealing, but this is not the case with this sexy animal from ancient Greece. This monumental statue is not only intriguing for its aesthetics, but also for...

  • Anish Kapoor On The Scale Of The Sculpture

    By August 14, 2017

    Sir Anish Kapoor is a British sculptor. Born in Bombay, Kapoor has lived and worked in London since the early 1970s when he moved to study art, first at the Hornsey College of Art and later at the...

  • Scandalous Rodin, Bathrobe and Some Phallic Imagery

    By July 27, 2017

    One of the greatest French novelists dies. One of the greatest French sculptors is commissioned to raise him a monument. Yet instead of presenting him in magnificence at the writing desk, he shows him in a bathrobe… Such things only...

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