Simone Leigh’s towering, 24-foot-high bronze Satellite (2022) has been installed at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
The Seattle Art Museum debuts the first of what will be an ongoing initiative of Alexander Calder exhibitions, events, and education programs
The Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden presents “Simone Leigh” from November 3, 2023, through March 3, 2024.
Yinka Shonibare ‘Wind Sculpture (IV)’ was unveiled in Atlanta’s Centennial Yards downtown in October of 2023.
In Chicago, Ruth Duckworth referred to herself not as a potter or ceramicist, but as a sculptor with clay.
Biggers’ “Chimera” sculptures combine various African and European masks, busts, and figures that explore historical depictions of the body.
Speed Outdoors will transform three acres of grounds surrounding the museum into a vibrant public green space and cultural environment.
The exhibition highlights works created by Indiana including the long-awaited return of his iconic LOVE sculpture to New York City.
The installation features a 7-foot-tall polar bear, a 1,200-pound elephant, a rhinoceros with a chicken on his back and a coyote.
Nine, large-scale Mr Brainwash origami sculptures have been installed along Rodeo Drive to greet shoppers and browsers through summer 2023.
The Barnes Foundation presents the first major East Coast exhibition dedicated to the work of American sculptor William Edmondson in decades.