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Every week our online magazine offers you new, cutting-edge articles from the world of three-dimensional art. Our authors visit exhibitions, fairs, biennials and other events for you. They write about their favourite artists, conduct interviews with curators, collectors and sculptors as well as report about sculpture network events. Read here about our favourite topic: sculpture! If you are particularly interested in a certain theme, you can select it by clicking on the tags. This way you will only see what you really want to read. Try it out!

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Experience Bilbao and La Rioja 7th – 10th October 2021

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Our trip to Northern Spain: discovering contemporary sculpture fair SCULTO and much more

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A Route Back to the Philosophy of Embodiment – An Interview with Shezad Dawood

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United by Diversity – The Experiment

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Sculpture in the City: Art Woven into the Urban Fabric

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The New Trinity: Virology, Sterility and Hygiene

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Berlinde De Bruyckere, Guardian Angels

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The Universe of Johan Tahon

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NordArt 2021: International Art in a Former Foundry is Back

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8th Bad RagARTz: Europe’s Largest Sculpture Park

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Sculpting Beyond Sculpture

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Preserving Ideas: The Challenges of Media Art Conservation

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