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Sculpture II

Wandering through the temporary Frieze Sculpture exhibition in Regent’s Park today inspired me to create another blog post dedicated to my (second) favourite art form. So here’s a few pictures from today and other recent outings…


Henry Moore: Large Reclining Figure (1984)


Bruce Nauman: Violence, Violence, Silence (1981-2)


Ugo Rondinone: Summer Moon (2011)


Bernar Venet: 17 Acute Unequal Angles (2016)


Reza Aramesh: Metamorphosis – a study in liberation (2017)

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Igor Mitoraj: Monumental head (2002)


Otobong Nkanga: In Wetin You Go Do? (2015)


KAWS: Final Days (2013)


Rebecca Horn: In the Triangle (1973-4)


Jaume Plensa: Tribute to dom Thierry Ruinart (2016)


Miquel Barcelo: Gran Elefandret (2008)


Urs Fischer: Invisible Mother (2015)


Eduardo Paolozzi: Vulcan (1999)


The Wonderful World of Sculpture

I’ve concentrated a lot on nature and the physical world in my themed photo entries – be it flora, fauna, landscape – so I thought I’d branch out this time into the art world…specifically my favourite art-form: sculpture. I’m lucky to have family in Yorkshire and so have been to some amazing exhibitions at the YSP, and I’d recommend travelling to the Peak District in nearby Derbyshire for the annual ‘Beyond Limits’ exhibition at Chatsworth House. Make a weekend of it! There are also photos here from shows at Pashley Manor in Kent; from The Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden at NOMA; and from the Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueres. Enjoy!

Hear No Evil, See No Evil, Speak No Evil (Jaume Plensa)

IMG_40231Cubo I (Arnaldo Pomodoro)

IMG_4036The Engine of Evolution (Marc Quinn)

IMG_4075Contemporary Terracotta Warriors (Yue Minjun)

IMG_4062Swimming (Ju Ming)

blue dogWe Stand Together, Blue Dog (George Rodrigue)

IMG_08871Karma: A Tower of Blinded Men Rising into the Sky (Do Ho Suh)

IMG_40201Butterflies (Manolo Valdes)

IMG_0452House of Knowledge (Jaume Plensa)

IMG_6783Exterior of Figueres Theatre-Museum (Salvador Dalí)