Six Facts to Know: Les Lalanne

Husband and wife Claude and François-Xavier Lalanne shared their lives and careers for five decades, leaving behind a unique body of work. Here are 6 facts you may not know about this duo of genius sculptors.

Recycled Weapons Become a Sculpture for Peace

Exclusive limited editions of the iconic ‘Non-Violence’ knotted gun are now available as a collector’s object on the Non-Violence Art Project website. Next month, the Non-Violence Project is also presenting a version of the work signed by the Dalai Lama at Sotheby’s.

An Ode to Dance

Beyond the simple representation of a moving figure, some artists have managed to take part in and conquer the spirit of dance, successfully imbuing their works with the power of this convulsion that seizes the body in order to make a gesture in space.

Tony Cragg: Sculptor of Energy

A craftsman of plastic, glass, wood, and stone, Tony Cragg enriches the materials and reveals their beauty. Since the 2000s, his increased interest in the natural sciences has opened up his art to new formalities and pushed the boundaries of aesthetic language.

A New Bronze Age at Austin Auction Gallery

When Austin Auction Gallery of Austin, Texas, hosts three days of auctions on May 18, 19, and 20, 2018, bidders will be able to choose from Louis Vuitton purses, Civil War collectables, and Mid-Century furnishings. Highlights on May 19 also include Western paintings and bronzes, while May 20 will feature prized pieces from the Beverly Hills estate of House of Props founder, Solomon Alexander Torf.