Can Art Embody an Attitude?
sculpture network successfully started a new discussion series; The sculpture network Lab – the space for new ideas sheds light on the social-political relevance of architecture, art and design and is lively, courageous and innovative.
Biennials and triennials of summer 2018. Here's what to see all over Europe
Feel like a holiday that combines relaxing and art? There is a lot to see around Europe this summer - here is a list of five initiatives not to be missed.
The London Mastaba
Christo’s first public art in the UK will float in the Serpentine Lake until September
Art trip 28 - 31 March 2019 Experience with us and a group of artists and art lovers the unique architecture and sculpture diversity of the capital of Catalonia
Fascinated by Art in the Underground
At the sculpture network Dialogue in Munich last Thursday, Lothar Schiffler shared his passion for art in the underground with us. In the course of his presentation he took us on a journey into the art world of subway stations in Europe and beyond. From Lisbon to Paris, Rome and Vienna as well as to Moscow, presenting us with an enormous variety of works of art ranging from sculptures between the tracks, artfully crafted tiles and larger-than-life comics to archaeological discoveries and rabbits that are late.
sculpture network Lab
Our new format sculpture network Lab is coming to Munich: Networking Creativity will be our topic on October 22nd at the Lovelace. How do networks influence artistic intuition? Where are the interfaces between secluded studios and contemporary networks? We look forward to exciting discussions!
Artists Instead of Missiles? – The Russian Art Scene in Upheaval
Why Russia should advertise its artists instead of its missiles - an interview with Simon Mraz, Cultural Attaché at the Austrian Embassy in Moscow
"Half ship, half spaceship"
A sculpture - and yet a building: the Centro Botín is the new highlight in Santander - a cultural centre at the sea, that combines art, culture and education in an architectural masterpiece.
Summer, sunshine, water – and art! Since June 30th a trip to Zurich has gotten even better, since travelers are greeted at the Main station by a breath-taking installation by the Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto (born 1964 in Rio de Janeiro).
Giuseppe Penone: A Tree in the Wood
Last chance to see Yorkshire Sculpture Park's extensive new exhibition by Giuseppe Penone that draws works from five decades of his career, from the late 1960’s to the present day.
Blurring the edges of what defines sculptural work
An interview with Daniel Lingham – editor and creator of Sculptorvox
Discover inspiring insights
If contemporary sculpture is your thing, whether you are an artist, art professional, art institution/organization/business, or friend of sculpture, being a member of sculpture network opens doors to a myriad of possibilities, contacts and advantages throughout Europe.
International Art in a Former Foundry
NordArt celebrates its 20th anniversary with works by 200 selected artists from around the world: It is a worthwhile destination. More than 3000 artists from 105 countries applied to participate this year, seven sculpture network members succeeded in being a part of one of the biggest contemporary art exhibitions in Europe.
Trans-Architecture: When Sculpture Meets Architecture
This year, in cooperation with the Sculto art fair, the Network Award was presented for the first time. In keeping with the 2018 sculpture network theme, which focuses on the relationship between three-dimensional art and architecture, the award was presented to a true interpreter between the two disciplines - Teresa Esteban. Her architectural sculptures reflect an intense confrontation between traditional sculpture and architecture, forming entirely new and mysterious emotional landscapes. But who is Teresa Esteban? An interview reveals more.
Sex and the Sculptor
When in London, I always take pleasure in popping into the Saatchi Gallery basement for a breath of petroleum smelling air, and to check the sump oil levels in Richard Wilson´s permanent installation 20:50. When the gallery in 2011 opened the exhibition "The shape of things to come: New sculpture" my expectations were high.
Love at Second Glance
Exploring Sculpture and Architecture 1: The metal sculpture Present Continuous and the Museum for Egyptian Art in Munich
A day for sculpture: start'19
On 27 January, sculpture fans all over the world celebrated their passion for three-dimensional art together. With very special events and amazing highlights, the sculpture scene showed its worth for the 10th time. Click here and experience impressions of exclusive events at 75 locations! Photo: Johannes Hauser / Sabine Hartmann, start'19 in the Alf-Lechner-Museum in Ingolstadt (Germany). Installation: Alf Lechner, Labyrinth (2007 - 2017)