sculpture

San Francisco artist Ron Nagle discusses his suspicion of the language used to describe ceramics and art in general. He reflects on his oblique strategies for titling his works, and reveals how…

Art historians use careful observation and description to begin their analyses of a work of art. Here, Dr. Beth Harris and Dr. Steven Zucker take a close look at Henry Moore's sinuous

“Miniatures offer changes of scale by which we measure ourselves anew,” writes Lia Purpura, in her essay On Miniatures, which reminds us small artworks have an outsized impact on our…

 

Sculptor Tony Cragg discusses his long-standing interest in plastic, machine parts, and other products of industry. He describes his process of scavenging, stacking, and piling these…

Sculptor Ursula von Rydingsvard discusses the construction of her monumental work Czara z Babelkami (2006), on view in SFMOMAs fifth-floor sculpture garden. She reflects on how her…

Sculptor Nari Ward brings his perspective on the American experience to the New Museum this week. Ward, who was born in Jamaica, has lived and worked in Harlem for much of his twenty-…

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. –  Augusta Savage: Renaissance Woman is the first exhibition to reassess Savage’s contributions to art and cultural history through the lens of the…

World War I's wounded needed a sculptor, and one artist was able to make a huge difference.