Picasso, Giacometti and Bruce Nauman, three artists who ‘redefined sculpture’, to be shown together for first time in London

Exhibition at Gagosian aims to show the “correspondence or unity of material among the three of them,” says its curator

Eduardo Chillida show shines a light on lesser-known works inspired by summer holidays in Menorca

The Hauser & Wirth exhibition of "lighter" pieces by the Basque artist—best known for his huge steel sculptures—commemorates his centenary

Italy's statues have a gender bias, new research reveals

Public portrayals of female figures are not only rare, they are often sexualised stereotypes

Frieze New York's animal art gives fairgoers paws for thought

From fabulous fish to playful pups, The Shed in Chelsea is crawling with wildlife

New York show celebrates the inner lives of Toshiko Takaezu’s ceramics

The Hawaiian artist’s retrospective at the Noguchi Museum takes a multi-sensory approach to her singular sculptures

Less is more? Show of miniature sculptures by 20th century titan Henry Moore to open in Bath

The exhibition at the Holburne Museum will look at how the artist known for his grand public sculptures also worked on a much smaller scale

The outdoor art not to miss in Manhattan during Frieze New York

From The High Line to Marcus Garvey Park, the borough is buzzing with exciting public works

Gallery devoted to customs officer-turned-artist George Wyllie opens in Scotland

The Wyllieum is part of a new cruise ship visitor centre in Greenock

Velázquez-inspired sculptures spark outrage in Venice

Local heritage group decries the "biennialisation of the city" after gallery paid a fee to stage the Manolo Valdés installation

'I am looking forward to works that resonate with the concept of blackness': Wu Tiejun on his hopes for Art Basel Hong Kong

The founder of Nanjing’s Deji Art Museum describes his approach to collecting and his love of Taihu stones

Richard Serra, creator of audacious steel sculptures, has died aged 85

The American sculptor received the Golden Lion at the Venice Biennale

How Constantin Brâncuși shaped the course of sculpture in the 20th century

The Centre Pompidou in Paris is staging a huge exhibition of the Romanian artist’s work with a “lively and joyful” thematic hang

In pictures: meet Frieze Los Angeles's menagerie of animal sculptures

From irreverent fish to ceramic snakes, the animal kingdom is well represented at this year's fair

Mercedes Dorame: ‘Borders shift and change with perspective’

The artist’s commission for the Getty Center’s rotunda replicates the forms and colours of abalone shells that were once ubiquitous on the Los Angeles coast


Minimalist logs work pops up on Welsh beach

Rosemarie Castoro’s Trap A Zoid arrangement was last seen in New York in the 1970s

How the Townley collection became the British Museum’s ‘forgotten’ marbles

Many of the British Museum thefts of engraved gems and glass pieces, revealed last August, were likely from Charles Townley’s collection

Is the US museum sector in crisis?

Plus, a new antisemitism scandal at Documenta and a Kim Lim sculpure on show at the Hepworth Wakefield

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What did the New York auctions reveal about the state of the art market?

Plus, experimental art from the Eastern Bloc and a sculptural installation by Terry Adkins

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Why Les Lalanne are in high demand

Buyers are flocking to nature-inspired works by the French artists François-Xavier and Claude Lalanne

A new artist-designed ‘chapel’ to grace Kansas City

The artist Summer Wheat will create a space for visitors to “explore their inner world” on the Kansas City Museum campus

Two overlooked Asian artists who left a mark on Modern British art celebrated with UK exhibitions

The lives and work of Singaporean-British sculptor Kim Lim and the Chinese artist and poet Li Yuan-chia will be explored at the Hepworth Wakefield and Kettle’s Yard

Clothes swap among highlights as Sculpture by the Sea celebrates 25 years on Bondi Beach

A melting ice-cream truck that was a crowd-pleaser in 2006, is making a comeback this year

Zak Ové: ‘I learned that the important thing is never to be shut down’

The artist’s rocket sculpture explores Black influences on the Western world

Georg Baselitz: ‘I continue despite an almost complete lack of pressure’

With a new show opening at the Serpentine, the German artist explains how the past continues to inform his work

New Alabama sculpture park will feature contemporary art and a national monument to freedom from slavery

In addition to a monument to the four million enslaved Black people freed at the end of the US Civil War, the Equal Justice Initiative’s new park will host works by Wangechi Mutu, Alison Saar, Kehinde Wiley and others


Antonio Canova’s spirited clay sketches go under the microscope in new catalogue

This well-conceived exhibition catalogue illuminates the sculptor’s terracotta models—masterpieces in their own right


Is Damien Hirst's Medusa dessert a delicious work of art?

The artist's epic sculpture of Medusa at Bacchanalia in London has inspired a new £50 pudding

Survey of Camille Claudel explores the visionary French sculptor’s work on her own terms

The exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago will acknowledge—but not be beholden to—the shadow cast by her teacher, collaborator and lover Auguste Rodin