Lunch with Friends
Fine Art/Artifact Rigging and Installation
Lunch with Friends
Enjoyed visiting the Henry Moore Exhibit
Ready for Lift-Off
Cadillac Ranch Amarillo, TX Girl with the White Dress
Guess what’s in the 📦?
Let the road-trip begin!
Another successful installation, in collaboration with Vector Custom Fabricating; Richard Howard Hunt’s Ida B. Wells Memorial
37th & Langley in Chicago
It’s Not What It Is, It’s Where It Is: Welcoming a New Richard Serra Installation to Campus
What the sculpture means for public art and interdisciplinary discourse at UChicago.
Gift Horse by Hans Haacke
Today@ Methods & Materials
Looking forward to seeing you NEXT Saturday!
DreamBox Gallery at 2415 W. North Ave Chicago 60647
Save the date and join artist Carmella Saraceno for the Closing Reception of Hiding in Public - Conversation Pieces.
Saturday, November 10th from 12pm-4pm
Quick prune-up to keep the shop and office looking summer-ready! Handy gardening done by Jeff Yonkus
“Just the beginning:” Crews begin process of removing Sculpture Milwaukee exhibits ahead of winter
MILWAUKEE -- The world's largest outdoor art gallery was being packed up Tuesday, October 24th. The works of art popped up along Wisconsin Avenue this spring. On Tuesday, crews worked to remove the sculptures for winter -- but officials are already planning a comeback. If the cold, wet, windy weathe...
36' tall protective tower around a Tony
Rosenthal sculpture at IU Bloomington, IN
Construction and remodel to commence soon at Eskenazi Museum of Art, and I. M. Pei building. Thanks to Pete Wilson for scale.
This is the upper section of one of the 10 dioramas being moved from the Bell Museum of Natural History at the University of Minnesota
Thanks to Milwaukee Downtown for this great video - installation is underway!
Sculpture Milwaukee is coming to Wisconsin Avenue on June 1. Be sure to check it out! http://bit.ly/2pEcWjh
Sculptures by artists including Santiago Calatrava, who designed the iconic Milwaukee Art Museum addition, will line Wisconsin Avenue this summer under a project led by Marcus Corp. chairman Steve Marcus.
Check out our recent installation of Eva Rothschild's "Live Edge" for the Cleveland Clinic:
Prominent sculpture on SIUE campus goes into storage for possible relocation
EDWARDSVILLE, IL (KTVI) – Erin Vigneau Dimrick, collections manager for the University Museum at Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, is pleased as punch to tell you about Plumb Bob. “Ten holes across, 48 holes down,” says Vigneau Dimrick. “There’s 480 elements hanging from the sculpture.”
SIUE's Iconic Plumb-Bob Undergoes Removal and Restoration
Meticulous work is underway in the SIUE Morris University Center's Goshen Lounge as crews are carefully removing the iconic Plumb-Bob. The piece has a storie...
Art that moves — 32,400 pounds of concrete-clad Caddy
It is mid-June on the West Side of Chicago, and a dozen or so people are standing around what looks an awful lot like an automobile encased in concrete.
Freshly painted and reinstalled in Des Moines!
Mark di Suvero, T8 - Pappajohn Sculpture Park in Des Moines, IA
Happy 4th of July from the M&M Crew!
Bryan gets himself into the strangest places!
Deborah Butterfield @ Zolla/Lieberman Gallery
The old wedge trick... Moving the Haymarket Monument in Chicago this morning.
You can go hear jazz with a sweeping view of Lake Michigan and the Chicago skyline on the beach or at a new music venue in the Miller section of
Yesterday, we de-installed Ursula von Rydingsvard's, Bronze Bowl with Lace from the Bluhm Family Terrace at AIC. Beautiful sculpture.
Swedish musician Martin Molin has long had experience with esoteric instruments like the glockenspiel, traktofon, or Theremin, but he may have topped his musical prowess with the invention of his own new instrument: the Wintergatan Marble Machine, a hand-cranked music box loaded with instruments
M&M Crew installing a Henry Moore sculpture in Louisville, KY.
In honor of Artur Fischer, Methods & Materials will proudly use wall anchors at the Speed Museum in Louisville, KY
Mr. Fischer, an obsessive tinkerer, created a wall anchor that’s used by millions and the first synchronized camera flash, an idea that came to him when trying to photograph his newborn daughter.
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