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Sculpture

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The Art of the Brick / Nathan Sawaya

Nathan Sawaya is renowned for his incredible, sometimes surreal, sculptures and portraits—all made from LEGO bricks. The Art of the Brick is a stunning, full-color showcase of the work that has made Sawaya the world's most famous LEGO artist. Sawaya's profound and unparalleled ability to transform the iconic simple toy building block into meaningful and emotional artwork...
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East-West/West-East Sculpture in The Desert / Richard Serra

The permanent art installation, which was unveiled by Qatar Museums, consists of four steel plates that are about 15m (49 feet) tall. The artwork, created for Qatar by renowned American artist Richard Serra’s, is called “East-West/West-East,” and is located some 60km outside of Doha at the Brouq Nature Reserve near Zekreet...

Nelson Mandela Capture Monument / Marco Cianfanelli

The Nelson Mandela Sculpture in Howick KwaZulu-Natal South Africa. The artist of the sculpture is Marco Cianfanelli. The sculpture is made up of 50 poles that symbolize the 50th Anniversary of his arrest in Howick KwaZulu-Natal...

‘Nests and Cocoon-Like Forms’ Installations / Laura Ellen Bacon

The work of Laura Ellen Bacon has been described as, ‘monumental’, ‘uncanny’, ‘compelling’ and ‘beautifully strange’. Laura’s contemporary sculptures were initially inspired by nests and cocoon-like forms and she has since developed her own unique language with materials – a language that communicates the properties of the materials she uses and her strong desire to turn chaotic amounts of raw materials into ‘spaces’ of some kind...

Bad Dog – Labrador sculpture at OCMA / Richard Jackson

Artist Richard Jackson recently installed a 28-foot-tall sculpture of a black Labrador taking a pie int he Orange County Museum of Art (OCMA) in Newport Beach, California. The installation, known simply as Bad Dog,claiming its temporary territory throughout the run of the 74-year-old artist’s first retrospective exhibit titled Richard Jackson: Ain’t Painting a Pain...
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Recycled Assemblage Series Portraits Artwork / Zac Freeman

Zac Freeman builds layer upon layer of found objects, cast-offs and junk into portraits whose detail and subtlety only emerges with distance. In his Assemblage series, out of a seemingly chaotic collection of buttons, bottle tops, pen barrels, key caps, baby dolls and other three-dimensional scrap plastic objects appears an impressionistic two-dimensional face constructed from an impressive range of shades and tones...

‘Gravity Glue’ Rock Balanced Sculptures / Michael Grab

Gravity Glue is an ongoing satellite project designed to record and share Michael Grab‘s experience and journey through the art of Stone Balance. Gravity is the only “glue” that holds these structures in equilibrium...

Savage Chair & Jute Side Table / JAY Saejung Oh

Korean artist and designer Jay Sae Jung Oh wrapped a collection of everyday plastic objects in jute to create the Savage Chair & Jute Side Table, which aims to make onlookers "reconsider the ordinary". Her designs and sculptural pieces are often wrapped up in natural materials...

Fluxus lighting Sculpture / Karim Rashid & Michela Vianello for Andromeda

Fluxus, a wavering Murano glass sculpture, is the result of the cooperation between designer Karim Rashid who designed the Knit - individual hand-made glass element - and Artist Michela Vianello. The new artwork made for Italian lightning designers Andromeda is a swinging – illusory – sculpture with an expression of motion...

Wendy at MoMA PS1 / HWKN

From the moment HWKN in NYC approached Dazian with the MOMA PS1 summer project, The technical challenge: the skeleton is constructed from scaffolding which is geometrically imperfect. Consulting with the architects from the beginning stages of producing the fabric coverings...