Barry Flanagan was an English sculptor born in 1941 and died in 2009. He is best known for his bronze statues of dynamic, often monumental hares which spring into life as well as other animals.
Known collectively as Friends With You, Miami artists Sam Borkson and Arturo Sandoval III use a variety of popular culture sources to create a body of work that is
Cuban-American artist Jorge Pardo, explores the relationship between functionalism and aesthetics and his work incorporates elements of design, architecture and
Considered one of the most revered artists of our time, Louise Bourgeois’s first exhibition of sculpture took place in New York in 1949 and she holds the distinction of
Daniel Arsham reworks the architectural and natural forms of our everyday experience into malleable and movable models with surreal and uncanny effects. In his
Gary Hume is a British painter and sculptor who graduated from the renowned Goldsmith’s College of Art and was part of the famed Freeze exhibition of the late 1980s organized
Julian Opie culls images from popular culture and transforms them into highly stylized digitized images. The artist also experiments with light and nimationtechniques
Tom Otterness is one of America's premier public artists. Otterness describes Tree of Knowledge as a "biblical/ judicial mix of story and image." In this sculpture, the
Donald Baechler emerged on the international art scene in the 1980s. He has created a vocabulary for his art consisting of the most simple gestures and shapes,
Jaume Plensa’s work integrates a wide variety of materials and he is inspired by spoken and written texts. Letters created from stainless steel form the framework of
Lawrence Weiner is one of the central figures of Conceptual art whose work challenges traditional assumptions about the nature of the art object. In this site-specific
Since 2003, Ugo Rondinone has created several series of masks that began on the wall and later morphed into large-scale figures. The 12-part group “moonrise.