Sculpture

Anti-colonial statue unveiled on London’s Fourth Plinth—while debate continues about giving it to the Queen

Samson Kambalu’s sculpture Antelope, depicting John Chilembwe who died fighting British rule, is due to remain in place until 2024

Prizesnews

Ai Weiwei and museum architects Sanaa win £100,000 Praemium Imperiale art prizes

The annual award, under the patronage of Japan’s Imperial Family, spans five categories including painting, sculpture and architecture

Antony Gormley’s memorial to Enigma code-breaker Alan Turing gets the green light

Historic England initially said that the steel sculpture would "harm" King’s College but note the council have taken their concerns into consideration

‘Three-metre phallus’: Antony Gormley sculpture with ‘ambiguous anatomy’ falls foul of university students

Imperial College Union has released a motion to prevent the work's installation saying it could be considered "exclusionary"

Ruth Asawa made hundreds of masks of her San Francisco community—now a local museum is putting them on permanent display

Representing one of the artist’s least known but most ambitious works, "The Faces of Ruth Asawa" is going on show at Stanford University's Cantor Arts Center

New research reveals that just 2% of named public statues in Britain commemorate people of colour

Major project by Art UK involving 500 volunteers sees 13,500 sculptures from across the UK posted online

From Whitechapel to Saudi Arabia: Iwona Blazwick takes up a new post as AlUla public art supremo

Drive to rebrand Middle Eastern country as a cultural destination underpinned by human rights concerns

Making it big: six must-see works from Art Basel's Unlimited section for outsized art

From an explosive painterly sculpture to a work that evokes the West's tension with Russia

Body politic: transgender artist brings her urgent work to the streets of Basel

A public sculpture depicting a nude, openly trans woman by US artist Puppies Puppies is on show as part of Art Basel's Parcours section

Brexitnews

British sculptor Antony Gormley acquires German passport to battle ‘Brexit disaster’

Angel of the North artist now holds dual nationality and is ‘keen to retain links with Europe’

The hunt for looted Cambodian objects—are they hidden in the West's museums?

Plus, the dark truth of the Marcos family’s extravagance and Ruth Asawa at Modern Art Oxford

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Totally wired: Ruth Asawa's intricate sculptures come to Modern Art Oxford

The Japanese American artist’s first major exhibition in Europe will showcase her signature works in looped wire, as well as lesser-known paintings and drawings

Grenville Davey, British sculptor, has died, aged 60

The self-effacing artist's subtle work beat flashier rivals such as Damien Hirst to win the Turner Prize

Rodin's The Thinker to sell for up to €14m

Christie's Paris will offer the posthumous cast of the famous bronze at auction in June

Tracey Emin’s massive sculpture honouring her mother finally arrives in Oslo

The 18-tonne piece should be in place outside the Munch Museum this summer

Maurizio Cattelan takes on death in Milan: artist hangs his own effigy in new show and donates Mafia attack work to the city

As Milano Art Week begins, Massimo de Carlo gallery is exhibiting the artist's one-work project while the crematorium is hosting one of his important early works

Damien Hirst's 18-metre-high bronze demon to be installed in London

The largest sculpture from the Wreck of the Unbelievable series, originally presented at the 2017 Venice Biennale, will tower over the Thames cable car

A Canova statue—lost in an English garden for decades and bought for £5,200—will be sold at Christie's London for £8m

The 19th-century work, executed just before the sculptor's death, has been rediscovered after languishing outside for more than 50 years

Storm King Art Center celebrates sculptor Wangechi Mutu in 2022 season

The arts centre will unveil various works by Mutu, and a site-specific commission by the New York-based artist Brandon Ndife

LOVE in the time of war: Robert Indiana’s first major UK exhibition opens with a pacifist message more timely than ever

Yorkshire Sculpture Park show examines the latent meanings within some of the artist’s lesser-known sculptures

Pillar of Shame sculpture honouring Tiananmen Square victims shown in Budapest after Hong Kong removal

Copy of 1997 work erected on street, renamed to honour alleged human rights victims in China

Jordanian artist Mona Saudi—who made abstract sculptures in stone—has died, aged 76

Several of her works are held in the British Museum collection and a major public work stands outside Paris's Institut du monde arabe

New report recommends Bristol’s controversial slaver statue—torn down by BLM protestors—be permanently installed in museum

After four people who toppled Edward Colston statue are acquitted, the debate over problematic public art deepens

Saudi Arabia's Desert X AlUla biennial returns for second edition next spring

In a new location in the desert complex, the exhibition will explore ideas of “mirage and oasis”