Sculpture

The holiday season is an affectionate ode to merriment, an overdose of sugary delights, and of course, a little competitive fun. Memories are built around board games, and what better way to...
Though many collectors stick to the pursuit of more traditional treasures like art, wine, or watches, there are some whose tastes are, shall we say, more eclectic. So for those who stray from the...
Wearable artworks by Alexander Calder . Fans of the U.S. sculptor Alexander Calder, among them socialite Peggy Guggenheim and artist Georgia O’Keeffe, were not content merely to look at his avant-...
New York's Maison Gerard Gallery announces Quiet Profundity: The Works of Yongjin Han
20th-century masters lead Phillips’ sales of modern and contemporary editions...
MALCOLM ROGERS, the former director of Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts, long coveted a sculpture he had seen featured on the cover of a magazine. Decades later he came to own that very work of art...
“The art scene in Detroit has just exploded,” says sculptor Robert Sestok when commenting on his...
The ultrarare sculpture is one of the few castings that remain in private hands…
This summer, the beach is not the only sight to see in the Hamptons. Roy Lichtenstein’s (1923–1997) monumental sculptures...
Chinese artist Li Hongbo’s current exhibition, Tools of Study—which will be on display through March 22 at the Klein Sun Gallery in Chelsea, New York—pays homage to numerous classical sculptures.
Joseph Kurstin’s first netsuke was inexpensive and unattractive. But after five decades, the piece is still part of his collection, which now numbers some 800 examples of the Japanese art form. The...