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Bob Emser Exhibits New Work in Perth, Australia

Perth, Australia – International Chicago sculptor, Bob Emser, presented a new sculpture at the 7th ANNUAL COTTESLOE EXHIBITION of Sculpture by the Sea, exhibited at Cottesloe Beach from March 3 – 22, 2011. Emser is one of over 60 International … Continue reading

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After winning prestigious award, Eureka Sculptor, Bob Emser, free to pursue his dreams

By Dan Craft  | dcraft@pantagraph.com EUREKA — Beauty, as we know, is measured in the beholder’s eye. The eye of Eureka artist Bob Emser has long beheld beauty in the sleek contours of airplane wings. He describes that allure as … Continue reading

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Tom Otterness to create Gateway Sculpture for Centennial Sculpture Park

Karen Miltner • Staff writer • Democrat and Chronicle.com The Memorial Art Gallery plans to turn its stately lawn, currently defined by a wrought-iron fence, into a playful, almost childlike open-space narrative on sculpture. The first phase for the Centennial … Continue reading

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Antony Gormley Naked Men on Roofs

Review by Katya Kazakina March 24 (Bloomberg) — Naked men loom from rooftop and ledge, disturbing pedestrians in lower Manhattan, where British artist Antony Gormley inaugurated his “Event Horizon” installation yesterday. The 31 life-size figures are almost identical in appearance … Continue reading

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Bob Emser Sculpture Installation

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New York Sculptor Tony Rosenthal Dies at 94

NEW YORK—Sculptor Tony Rosenthal, 94, known for his public artworks, died of a stroke July 28 in Southampton, N.Y., the New York Times reports. His most well-known sculpture may be a work from 1967, Alamo, a 15-square-foot, rotating black cube … Continue reading

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Louise Bourgeois Retrospective at Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

The Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden will present a major retrospective of the works of Louise Bourgeois from Feb. 26 through May 17. Bourgeois, a leading figure in 20th century art, is an American who was born in Paris … Continue reading

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