December 31, 2023

5 Breakthrough Artists Who Are Making Contemporary Native American and Indigenous Public Art

Through sculpture, murals, and ephemeral installations, contemporary Native artists are honoring their heritage, while also giving voice to the indigenous community. By working on public art projects, indigenous artists are also making a statement by reminding the public, “We Exist.” Whether that means creating memorials to honor the contribution of Native American veterans to reclaiming public spaces, the work of these artists is invaluable in teaching the public to move beyond stereotypes.

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December 11, 2023

25th Annual ‘Sculpture by the Sea’ Brings 100 Artworks to Australian Coast

Once a year, part of the Australian coastline is transformed into an outdoor museum during the Sculpture by the Sea festival. For the 25th edition, over 100 works made by artists from across the globe were installed along the sandy shores, inviting visitors to gaze at art while enjoying the beach. The Sculpture by the Sea festival is the largest sculpture exhibition in the world, attracting more than 500,000 visitors during its three-week exhibition.

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November 14, 2023

Striking Wooden Sculptures Made of Plywood Panels Hypnotically Assembled Together

Turkish artist Didem Yagci manipulates pieces of plywood into kinetic works of art. With numerous layers that look like nerverending steps, these sculptures echo the journeys people go on during their own lives and how they experience them in “infinite cycles.” This idea is expanded on in Yagci's artist statement: “The overlapping, repetitive, twisting, and intersecting layers…refer to this cycle through the careful use of materials and colors.

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October 14, 2023

New ‘The Little Prince’ Sculpture is Unveiled in New York in Celebration of the Book’s 80th Anniversary

Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's The Little Prince was first published in 1943. In the 80 years that have passed since its debut, it has become one of the best-selling titles of all time and has been translated into over 500 different languages and dialects worldwide. Now, in celebration of its milestone anniversary, the titular character has made its way to the streets of New York City.

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