sculpture network Forum, Belgium 2016. Photo: Christine Chilcott

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On you can read the latest, carefully researched articles on the subject of three-dimensional art. On our website we compile the most important news from the international sculpture scene. But of course quality costs time and money! We would like to expand our editorial work and offer you an even broader spectrum of content and more regular reporting. However, our small team cannot meet this challenge alone.

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Photo credit: sculpture network Forum, Belgium 2016. Photo: Christine Chilcott.

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