Andy Goldsworthy is a sculptor, photographer and environmentalist who produces site-specific sculptures and land art in natural and urban settings.
Comprised of flat, biomorphic shapes, the work explores balance, tension and equilibrium, which are the central themes in Neto’s practice.
Pablo Atchugarry is a Uruguayan artist and his work is based on the classic sculptural principle that the natural beauty of marble evolves out the simple variations in the stone.
Often Bailey’s works are accompanied by poems, such as 1000 Year Dance Cure, in which he urges the world to dance a new dance, to abandon that which does not serve us, and to embrace each other in our humanity, and the Earth in her service to us.
Shany van den Berg’s artwork is deeply tied to her autobiographical experience as a woman, mother and artist. Renowned for her technical acumen, subtle symbolism and agility to depict figuration and abstraction, she utilizes layers throughout her work.
Throughout his long career, Kadishman has produced a wide range of sculptures, earthworks, performances and paintings informed by the long history of his country, Israel and inspired by his belief that “art grows from feelings and not rational calculations alone.”