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Sculpture


Africa
Giving African Artists Their Names (May 2015)
Young Nigerian Sculptor Explores Hair, Her African Roots (Jan 2015)
African Art on the Move (Dec 2013)
Tanzania: Carvers of the Makonde  (Jun 2010)
African Women Viewed Through Sculpture  (Apr 2009)
Apartheid South Africa: 30 Works Show Cruelty  (Nov 2004)
Amarna: A Blink in the Eye of Eternal Egypt  (Mar 2000)
Central African Sculpture: Symbols of Power and Identity  (Jul 1997)
Henein: Infused With 5,000 Years of History  (Aug 1989)
Black and White in Bronze: Two South African Sculptors  (Jul 1988)
Bamana Sculpture: The Sudan's Treasure  (Jul 1986)

Asia
Chinese Ice Sculptures Dazzle Jerusalem  (May 2012)
Lebanon: Mona Saudi - Finding the Essence  (Oct 2010)
Vietnamese Art Celebrated in Houston  (Oct 2009)
Sleeping Buddha: Archeologists May Have Found 985-Foot-Long Statue  (Apr 2005)
Chinese Treasures at Sackler Gallery  (Feb 2005)
Bonsai: Little Big Trees Marry Science and Aesthetics  (Aug 2004)
Art in the Year One  (Jan 2001)
Khmer Art: Ten Centuries of Ancient Cambodian Sculpture  (Jun 1997)
Sah: The Power of Marble  (Oct 1993)
Seoul Art: Where Past and Present Meet  (Feb 1993)
Tibet and Nepal: Art of the Himalayas  (Nov 1992)
Glories of the Past: Art of Ancient Civilizations  (Feb 1991)
Prajnaparamita: Largest Exhibition of Indonesian Art Ever  (Jul 1990)
Karavan: The Avant-garde Plus Soul  (Sep 1988)
Kim Chung Sook's Sculpture Blends Korean Tradition With Western Modernism  (Jan 1987)
Japan: Art from the Great Eastern Temple  (Sep 1986)
Chinese Art: 7,000 Years Represented in Montreal Exhibition  (Aug 1986)

Europe
Half Peasant, Half Visionary: The Luminous Life of Contantin Brancusi (May 2012)
The Sounds of Ancient Music  (Sep 2010)
Da Vinci's 'Rearing Horse' And It's Mystery  (Mar 2010)
Florence: A Trio of Breathtaking Works in Marble and Bronze  (Nov 2005)
Alexander the Great's Decadence and Warlikeness on Display  (Apr 2005)
Calder and Miro: Two Artists of a Century  (Jan 2005)
Art in the Year One  (Jan 2001)
Daumier's World  (Nov 1999)
Stryjecki: Teaching Sculpture to the Deaf-Blind  (May 1999)
Brancusi, Romanian Artist  (Oct 1995)
Venice: Rococo Glory in the Eighteenth-Century  (Feb 1995)
Dubuffet: Champion of Raw Art  (Sep 1993)
The Greek Miracle of Sculpture  (Jan 1993)
Picasso, Master of Metamorphosis  (Oct 1992)
Nazi Germany Art: Elegy for the Oppressed  (Feb 1992)
Mestrovic: Artist and Patriot  (Feb 1992)
Garcia: Timeless Realism  (Dec 1991)
Tapies: Catalan Mystic  (Dec 1991)
Glories of the Past: Art of Ancient Civilizations  (Feb 1991)
Modigliani: That Brilliant Bohemian  (Jan 1991)
Menorahs of Victory  (Dec 1990)
Abakanowicz: Seeing the World in Its Entirety  (Feb 1990)
Japonisme and the Fifties: Two Major Paris Exhibitions  (Jan 1989)
Giacometti: The Epitome of Modern Angst  (Sep 1988)
Eastern European Repressed Speak Out: Salvation Through Art  (May 1988)
Pre-Classical Greek Art: The Pefection of Youth for 500 Years  (Mar 1988)
Miró: A Quest for Historical Relevance  (Aug 1987)
Gerz: Artist Creates a Monument Against Fascism in Hamburg  (Aug 1987)
Frink: Sculpture Both Modern and Mythic  (Jun 1987)
Donatello: The Greatest European Sculpture of the Fifteenth-Century  (Nov 1986)
Sonsbeek 86: Sculpture in the Hothouse  (Nov 1986)
Nuernberg: Splendid Medieval and Renaissance Art  (Jun 1986)
Rodin Sculpture on View in Cantor Collection  (Jun 1986)

United States & Canada
Calder and Miro: Two Artists of a Century  (Jan 2005)
West Coast Movement: A Rare Look at San Fransisco Bay-Area Art  (Aug 2004)
Harvey: Walking in Beauty  (Jun 2004)
Algonquin: Art in the Wilderness  (Mar 2002)
Calder's Cosmos: More Than Mobiles  (Jun 1998)
Ratner: In Love With the Bible  (May 1998)
Tool Tool Terrific  (Apr 1996)
Stein: Machete as Medium  (Oct 1994)
Puryear: Sculptor of the Allusive  (Jul 1992)
Frederick Hart: Rebel With a Cause  (Apr 1992)
Westward Ho to Santa Monica  (Jul 1991)

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