The final documentation of great Not A Single Story project just landed from the printer/binder. The 124 pages, hard cover, open spine, full color book, with tons of most beautiful images in full bleed spreads, insightful texts and presentations - covers the two part exhibition and educational project curated by and presented at Wanås Konst, Sweden this year (until Dec 22) and the Nirox Foundation, South Africa in 2018. All together 27 artist from all over the world, created 32 site specific sculpture projects for the two institutions. Linked to the art program, heavy duty art and culture workshops for kids and teens was designed, important networks built and serious experiences made. All supported by the Swedish Postcode Foundation, The Swedish Institute and the Embassy of Sweden in Pretoria. Thanks! #wanåskonst#wanaskonst#wanas#wanås#nirox#niroxsculpturepark#niroxfoundation#sculptureparks#swedishpostcode#postkodstiftelsen#svenskainstitutet#svenskaambassadenpretoria#embassyofswedenpretoria
“Well Check” 1998. 7’ h. Commission from Leah and the late Marty Sklar. Originally installed in La Quinta, CA. Restoration completed spring and summer this year and installed today in Los Angeles. Thanks to Chris (Bones) Gibbons and Adam Sabolick for the help.
Even after you've been atop and below the incredible Opus 40 (@officialopus40), it's still hard to fathom that this was all built by one man. @stormkingartcenter might boast some big sculptures, but even it can't touch this 6.5-acre labyrinth.
The sculpture was built by Harvey Fite, who - for nearly 40 years - chiseled away at a previously-abandoned quarry. What began as a few individual sculptures became a vast complex of pathways, ramps, and levels.
It's only open until November each year, which is a good excuse to get up there in the coming weeks when it'll look even more impressive in front of that peak #foliage .
Storm King Art Center is definitely a place to get to if you can. This month's Dispatch in Sculpture magazine is about the show "David Smith: The White Sculptures" David Smith died suddenly in 1965, controversially leaving eight large white sculptures behind at Bolton Landing. The show at Storm King displays these white sculptures on the lawn. Photo: Primo Piano II, 1962. #stormking#outdoorsculpure#sculptureparks@stormkingartcenter
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