Must-See Sculptural Experiences
Sculptures are 'Art With a Heart' - meaning they are better when experienced in real life. These sculptures are dotted all over the globe, so we suggest you start working on your list of must-sees today — here is our "Sculptural Experiences Bucket List" for sculptures!
“At This Time” by KAWS in the living room of Alicia Keys and Kasseem Dean aka Swizz Beatz
“Seven Magic Mountains” by Ugo Rondinone outside Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
“Well & Truly” by Roni Horn in Punta della Dogana in Venice, Italy
“Maman” by Louise Bourgeois outside the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain
“Pars Pro Toto” by Alicja Kwade in the garden of Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Humlebæk, Denmark
“Cloud Gate”, nicknamed “The Bean” by Anish Kapoor in the Millennium Park in Chicago, USA
“Wonderland” by Jaume Plensa in front of the Bow Building in Calgary, Canada
“Angel of the North” by Antony Gormley in Gateshead by the A1 (near Newcastle), U.K.
“Humanoids” by Joep van Lieshout at Canal Park, Miami Beach Convention Center, USA
“Couple Under an Umbrella” by Ron Mueck at museum Voorlinden in Wassenaar, The Netherlands
“Swimming Pool” by Leandro Erlich at the 21st Century Museum of Art in Kanazawa, Japan
“The People Tree” by Subodh Gupta in the vineyard of The Donum Estate in Sonoma in Northern California, USA
“Yellow Pumpkin” by Yayoi Kusama on the small island Naoshima in Southern Japan
Why should you start with your sculpture bucket list? Because these ‘Art With a Heart’ sculptures will deepen your understanding of the way art interacts with environment, and will make for super photograph opps if you’re looking for a good shot. But let’s face it — you can already tell from these pictures: you’ve just got to experience them live. Be-KAWS Art Fix says so! 🙂