Anthony Caro: The Last Sculptures - Annely Juda Fine Art

Often regarded as the greatest British sculptor of his generation, Anthony Caro’s long career is characterised by his innovative use of materials. Between 2011–2013 Caro began to experiment with Perspex, a material that he had only employed in one pre

Sheila Girling on Anthony Caro: 'It ended too soon but it was a good life'

As an exhibition of Caro's last work opens, his widow tells Nicholas Wroe about choosing colours for his sculptures, forging her own career and 'a chat between two eyes'.

Iron Sentinels Appear Outside Saatchi Gallery

Xavier Mascaro’s sculptures outside Saatchi Gallery sit in lotus position upon stilts in a line of four, as if guarding the entrance to the gallery.

Departures: Xavier Mascaro - Saatchi Gallery

Mascaró, who lives and works in Madrid and Mexico City has exhibited in Buenos Aires, Los Angeles, Madrid, New York and Paris and will exhibit a range of sculptural works showcasing his adventurous experimentation with traditional casting techniques.

£2.74m appeal to save Wedgwood Collection being broken up

Nationwide appeal to save the Wedgwood Collection, as 80,000 pieces spanning 250 years of history are in danger of being sold off piece by piece across the world.

The marvel of Spain's iron man

Xavier Mascaró's eerie sculptures promise to be the hits of the autumn, says Alastair Smart.

The Ming empire strikes back

Once deemed 'decadent' evidence of its imperial past, China's cultural riches are now a national priority. Our critic previews a historic exhibition at the British Museum next month.

Tessa Lynch, sculptor: 'You meet interesting people in Glasgow who make you want to up your game'

Tessa Lynch works in a small room in the Glasgow Sculpture Studios, a prestigious collection of artists who have banded together to share overheads and facilities for fabrication. Until recently the studio was in a shabby inner-city building, but they hav

Sculpture In The City 2014

Now in its fourth year, Sculpture in the City has returned to the streets of the Square Mile.

‘Ming: 50 Years that Changed China’ at the British Museum

An autumn blockbuster show will explore a Chinese dynasty that has telling parallels with today’s world.