If you want to take in the art and culture of a city, you might make your way to its most popular museums. On top of these indoor institutions, exploring en plein air art is a great way way to experience a city’s creative side. Popular outdoor destinations include verdant gardens, historic squares, and spectacular fountains. Here, we take a tour of the most famous fountains in the world.
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Relief art is one of the earliest forms of sculpting, with the first records dating back to the cave art of the Upper Paleolithic, around 25,000 BCE. Over the centuries, it remained a popular art form in many cultures, from Ancient Egyptian wall carvings to the sculpted marble and bronze pictorial style of the Italian Renaissance. Today, many contemporary artists continue to practice the age-old sculptural technique, but often with a modern twist.
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British sculptor Alex Chinneck has brought his mind-bending illusions to Italy with an incredible installation in Milan.
For centuries, the Statue of Liberty has stood as an illuminating symbol of independence. Situated in the New York Harbor, the colossal sculpture has become a fixture of the city’s skyline, captivating native New Yorkers and arriving immigrants alike with its allegorical beauty. If you want to learn more about Lady Liberty, you’ve landed in the right place.
Portuguese artist Vanessa Barragão pays homage to the ocean with her incredible sculptural textile art.
Sculptor Eduard Locota creates striking landscapes by transforming acrylic material into glistening bodies of water.
Polish sculptor Jerzy Kędziora is known for his balancing sculptures that appear in public spaces around the world. From Abu Dhabi to Miami to Krakow, Kędziora is able to string up his magnificent sculptures into athletic poses that defy gravity. His work stems from a diverse range of influences, resulting in a brilliant blend of classical sculpture and kinetic art.
Argentinian-Spanish artist Felipe Pantone is a self-described “child of the Internet era.
For centuries, sculptors around the world have adopted marble as their medium of choice.