Sculpture

The second edition – Michael Dean, Mona Hatoum, Phillip Lai, Magali Reus and Cerith Wyn Evans – pits old guard against young guns

By Hettie Judah
Jack Whitten, Delta Group II, 1975, acrylic on canvas. Courtesy: the MET and © Jack Whitten / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

New York

6 Sep
2 Dec

The legendary sculptor and performance artist talks liquid sculpture, the politics of dance and the liberating qualities of nylon hosiery

By Osei Bonsu

London

26 Sep
6 Jan
Heidi Bucher, Kleines Glasportal, Bellevue Kreuzlingen (Small glass portal, Bellevue Kreuzlingen), 1988, installation view. Courtesy: Estate of Heidi Bucher and The Approach, London; photograph: Robert Glowacki

London

19 Sep
9 Dec

Brussels

6 Sep
20 Oct
Mary Edmonia Lewis, Night (Two Sleeping Children), 1870, marble, 61 × 50 × 38 cm. Courtesy: Baltimore Museum of Art

The extraordinary life of artist Mary Edmonia Lewis, a sculptor of African American and indigenous heritage who achieved international acclaim 

By Dr. Charmaine A. Nelson

‘Truitt’s sculptures add depth and dimension to minimalist shapes and monochrome surfaces’

By Nicole Wermers

In the sculptor’s mini-retrospective at De La Warr Pavilion, suggestive abstractions turn material reality into richly poetic encounters

By Skye Sherwin
Wild Relatives, 2018, video stills. Director of photography:  Marte Vold. Courtesy: the artist

From the musical traditions of Palestine to the global circulation of seeds, the artist unpicks the power structures that support even the most lyrical aspects of life

By Media Farzin

With work in the Liverpool Biennial and ICA Philadelphia, the Seoul-based artist reanimates an ancient Korean musical system

By Evan Moffitt

The ‘She Built NYC’ commission aims to build public monuments that properly recognize women’s contributions to the city