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  • SculptureCenter
    Nurtures and supports experimentation and excellence in contemporary sculpture.
    www.sculpture-center.org
  • World Sensorium
    Gayil Nalls' olfactory sculpture for Times Square
    www.worldsensorium.com
  • THAIS: 1200 Years of Italian Sculpture
    Extensive collection of Italian sculpture organized by period, artist and city; in Italian.
    www.thais.it/scultura/default_uk.htm
  • Fourth Plinth Project, The
    Ongoing series of temporary works of art commissioned from leading national and international artists displayed on the empty plinth in Trafalgar Square.
    www.fourthplinth.co.uk
  • Alzado Vectorial Elevation
    Artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer's millennial project, which used 18 robotic spotlights to transform Mexico City's Zocalo square into a collaborative light sculpture.
    www.alzado.net
  • Sensuous and the Sacred, The: Chola Bronzes from South India [pick] [read review]
    A Smithsonian exhibit showcasing the regal sculptures of Hindu deities from the Tamil-speaking region of India.
    www.asia.si.edu/exhibitions/online/chola/chola.htm
  • Nimis and Arx
    Two hundred fifty tons wood and stone close to the sea.
    www.aim.se/art/Nimis_Arx
  • Convergence International Art Festival
    Contemporary artists, dance, music, film, theater and Web art. September 7-23, 2001, in Providence, RI.
    caparts.org/convergence/index.htm
  • Sculpture Zone
    Consortium of sculptors and sculpture galleries.
    my.execpc.com/~bilhenry/index.html
  • Natural Selection: Sculpture Trail at Mount Ephraim
    3rd annual exhibition is open throughout the summer of 1997. The selected pieces are the work of 15 professional artists from around Great Britain.
    www.sellars.demon.co.uk/sculpture
  • Underwater Sculpture Gallery [pick] [read review]
    Sculptor Jason Taylor's submerged statues celebrate Caribbean culture and the people, history, and environment of Grenada.
    www.underwatersculpture.com
 




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