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Periodicals, websites and publications

Artnut: Sculpture Parks and Gardens:

Art and Architecture Journal:


Blueprint Magazine:

Green Spaces Magazine:

IXIA Public Art Think Tank:

Manifesto of Possibilities:

Public Art Dialogue Newsletter:

Public Art South West:

Public Art Research Archive:

Public Art Review:

Public Art Scotland:

Places Journal:

Sculpture Guides, Netherlands:

Sculpture Magazine (International Sculpture Center):


ZUZUKU Project (a web-based resource of international sculpture sites):


Guide Books

Dempsey, A., 2006, Destination Art, Thames and Hudson, London.

McCarthy, J., & Epstein, L. K., 1996, A Guide to the Sculpture Parks and Gardens of America, Michael Kesend Publishing Ltd., New York.

Moyer, T., 2008, Landscapes for Art: Contemporary Sculpture Parks, ISC Press, Michigan.

Varas, V. & Rispa, R., (eds.), 2006), Sculpture Parks in Europe: A Guide to Art and Nature, Birkhauser, Basel.

Stace, A., 2008, Sculpture Parks and Trails of England, A & C Black Publishers, London.


Agencies and Organisations

Artangel, UK:

Art Contact, UK:

Arts in Partnership, Scotland, UK:

Artworks Wales / Cywaith Cymru, Wales, UK:

Commissions East, England, UK:

Common Ground, UK:

Contemporary Art Society, UK:

Haring Woods Associates (formerly Gunpowder Park,and Art of Common Space etc.) UK:

IXIA Public Art Think Tank:

John Michael Kohler Arts Center: Artists’ Environments, Sheboygan, WI, USA:

Meadow Arts, UK:

Safle, Public Art Agency of Wales:

Swiss Art Portal, Switzerland:

UP Projects, UK:


Temporary outdoor events, exhibitions and public art

Art Basel, Switzerland:

Art Basel Miami Beach, USA:

ARTDEJARDIN at Winwgell, England, UK:

ArtZuid, Amsterdam, Netherlands:

Asthall Manor, Burford, Oxfordshire, UK, ‘On Form’ bi-annual exhibition:

Belsay Hall, Northumbria, UK:

Bergh Apton Sculpture trail, Norwich, UK:

Bristol to Bath railway path: Commissioned sculptures, UK

Cannizaro Park annual sculpture exhibitions, Wimbledon, UK: and

Folkestone Triennial, UK:

Fred Festival (2003-5), Cumbria. Facilitated by Fold Gallery, UK: and

Fresh Air Sculpture Biennial, Quenington Old Rectory, UK:

Gwangju Biennale, Jungwae Park, Korea:

Istanbul Biennale, Turkey:

Ladonia Biennial, Skone, Sweden:

Lesernick Project, Cornwall, UK:

Liverpool Biennial, England:

Lulea Art Biennial, Lulea, Sweden:

One Day Sculpture, across New Zealand:

Portavilion - Public Art for London's Parks, UK:
For a free copy of the full Portavilion catalogue, contact
For a copy of the project evaluation visit:, or download the evaluation executive summary here.

Sculpture exhibitions at Limberhurst Art Centre, Cambridge, UK:

Sculpture Muenster, Germany:

Sculpture Key West (annual exhibition), Florida, USA:

Secret Garden Project, an up projects production for secret gardens and lesser known green spaces in London, UK.

Sir Harold Hillier’s Gardens (art residencies and annual sculpture exhibitions‘Art in the Garden’, managed by Underground Art and Design), England UK: and

Sonsbeek, Arnhern, Netherlands (since 1949):

Stone Lane Gardens: Mythic Garden Sculpture Exhibition, May to October annually since 1992, UK:

Sustrans, ‘Art and the Travelling Landscape’, UK:

Sudely Castle, Gloucestershire, UK: Annual contemporary art exhibitions ‘Reconstruction’, in partnership with Philips de Pury & Co.:

Tatton Park Biennial, UK:



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