21 March 2015 - 5 April 2015

The Arte Laguna Sculpture Prize is at the Arsenale in Venice. Cultural association MoCA at Tese alle Nappe ( Tese no. 89-90-91.) Bacini dell Arsenale Nord. 30122 Castello. Venice.

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20 March 2015 - 17 April 2015

32sq ft is an initiative for Glassyard studio artists, funded and run by Glassyard artists, lunched in February 2015. The Glassyard houses over 40 artists in 25 studios over two floors. 32 sq ft is a neutral space between the studio and the gallery, which provides a platform for artists to show their current practice. The Glassyard Building, 276 Oak Square, off Stockwell Rd, Stockwell, London

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Milk Factory Gallery - Jacek Wankowski

9 February 2015 - 31 March 2015

The original Milk Factory in Bowral was built in 1921 primarily as a depot for local farmers to manufacture dairy products. Over time the factory has had many uses. Encompassing a floor area of over 90 square metres this impressive space is ideal for exhibiting large works of art as well as sculpture and installations. Two works by Jacek Wankowski, ‘Skerret’ and ‘Monk's Cowl’ are currently on exhibition on the south deck of the Milk Factory Gallery.



Labyrinth - Prince´s Gardens, South Kensington

4 February 2015 - 1 January 2016

It has been stated that I “choreograph the viewer’s movements and experience, diverting the focus points and resisting the notion of a full overview”. I invite people on a journey to enter the seven wall structure or to just ignore it. On that journey one will have to go out of one’s way from the path to enter the Labyrinth where it expresses it’s being both by form and name. Labyrinth is part of SKULPTUR, an RBS exhibition of contemporary sculpture from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. Encompassing indoor and outdoor sculpture, video, installation, and performance....... www.gudrunnielsen.co.uk




The Still Centre of the Turning World

1 September 2014 - 1 September 2015

Dick Onians' new piece “The Still Centre of the Turning World” commissioned for New Capital Quay, Greenwich Reach, descends from a line of sculptures that explore overlapping forms. The spherical shape is a reference to the globe. The form of the piece with its equator, longitudinal features and tilt allude to the work’s location near the Greenwich Mean and Greenwich’s historic role as a centre for navigation and worldwide trade. The title highlights the idea of mystery at the center of things and our ability to see our own reflection on the inside implicates us in the central mystery.





8 July 2014 - 30 September 2015

The bronze sculpture was made in Liverpool and symbolizes human struggle to achieve excellence, pushing boundaries to make the impossible possible. Bushra first began work on Dunamis in December 2012, which measure approx 9 meters high. Location: Achillies Way, Park Lane.




Ekebergparken Sculpture Park, Oslo

26 September 2013 - 31 December 2015

A new sculpture park, Ekebergparken, on the outskirts of Oslo, hosts 64 sculptures by international artists, including British artists and RBS members Sean Henry FRBS, Diane Maclean FRBS, George Cutts FRBS and Richard Hudson MRBS. Created by art collector and philanthropist Christian Ringnes, the park, sited on wooded slopes over looking the sea was opened on 27 September 2013 to a crowd of hundreds.




Golden Rain, Michael Petry, FRBS

26 April 2013 - 31 December 2016

This large scale mirrored glass installation has just been given by Donna MacMillan to the Palm Springs Art Museum for their permanent collection. It consists of 100 large sealed bottles suspended down 3 floors in their main entrance to the collection. Each bottle contain a work/message by another artist who I invited to participate in the original project commissioned by Ha gamle prestegard for Stavanger 2008 - when it was European City of Culture. The work was originally installed in a 6 story lighthouse and recalls the classical story of Zeus and Danae, where in order to have her he turns himself into a shower of gold.

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