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Art World Abstracts: Tate Britain Plans Major Barbara Hepworth Show, and More!

The Tate Britain has released details on the first large-scale London exhibition of Barbara Hepworth’s artwork since 1968. “Barbara Hepworth: Sculpture for a Modern World” will open in October and feature over 70 works, including her most recognizable abstract carvings and bronze sculptures, previously unseen photos from the Hepworth archive, and experimental photograms created by Hepworth. 421 more words

When a statue has a biography

STONE GIANT by Jane Sutcliffe is a picture book biography of a statue: David by Michelangelo. The city of Florence had a huge block of marble everyone hoped a sculpture could make into a statue of David but no sculptor would take on the challenge, until Michelangelo. 54 more words

Nonfiction Monday Round-up

Superpower: Muscles and Flashing

This artwork is a study of a sculpture I have started in class and continued developing during my free time. The exercise was to draw the sculptor with charcoal. 74 more words

Askild Winkelmann

There are no shortcuts unless you happen to be at the right place at the right time. And that’s never happened to me.

Marketing your sculpture

I recently had an email sent to me in my role as editor of our sculpture magazine, SculpturesPacific. I was asked how had I managed to make a living as a sculptor, and would I have any advice? 400 more words