MIDSUMMER SCULPTURE FESTIVAL 2020 CANCELLED
The current situation has unfortunately forced us to make a very sad decision and cancel the Midsummer Sculpture Festival 2020. Just like you, we have been looking forward to the date for many months and are inconsolable due to having to take this action. [...]
The Female Gaze: Voyeurism Redefined
There are some shared aspects of the female experience that are collectively understood, if not always spoken. Voyeurism, or the male gaze, which has likely existed since the dawn of artistic development in humans, is one such phenomenon,
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.
sculpture network Team
Did you ever wonder who the people behind the scenes of sculpture network really are? What hidden talents they have? What role they play in the organization? Get to know those who have been here for a while and those who have just walked in through the office door – here are some entertaining handwritten answers!
EGS writing stories with tree letters
Finland’s internationally most widely known graffiti artist EGS, has discovered a new means of expression in the endangered craft of glassblowing. In 2020 an impressive display combining glass, painting and photography by EGS will be on show in the large exhibition room of the Finnish Glass Museum.
About the exhibition Jaume Plensa inside the Jakobshallen in Bad Homburg
Jaume Plensa is a well-known Spanish sculptor and installation artist who mainly shows head portraits in his solo exhibition for the exhibition rooms of the Jakobshallen.
PAPER - from light and delicate to voluminous and angular
Paper is an object which, due to its everyday presence and through an often thoughtless usage, nearly thwarts its potential for exciting works of art. Sculpture network presents six artists who use paper to create interesting works in a variety of forms.
Tamara Jacquin – Art as a Form of Elaboration and a Form of Liberation
In the context of the Spanish art fair for tree-dimensional art SCULTO, the sculpture network award was given to the young and talented artist Tamara Jacquin. In an interview we invite you to learn more about Tamara Jacquin and her versatile works.
Blacker than Black: The Dark Side of Sculpture
Blackness, darkness, shadows. With Halloween just gone by, most people might think of haunted castles and melancholy feelings when hearing these words. But why so one-sided? Sculpture also has a dark aspect that artists like Anish Kapoor have been exploring for years. We have discussed with three sculpture network members what makes creating art that embraces the dark side so special. Dive into the darkness and experience it from a different perspective!
How to steal the sky
A delightful little story and a piece of sky. Andri Koumidou who supported us as an intern in the office during the last few months, surprised us with her talent for writing. We combined her words with pictures by Alexander Lorenz and hope you enjoy reading her text as much as we did!
A God Complex - Sculptorvox Volume 3
Von Damien Hirst bis hin zu Donald Trump, Egoisten und Narzissten begegnen uns in allen Lebensbereichen, besonders in der Welt der Kunst. Mit beiden Personen setzt sich der neueste Band von Sculptorvox auseinander: Ein Gottkomplex. Der dritte Titel in einer Serie von acht geplanten Bänden "A God Complex", soll Antworten finden und provozieren - um tiefer in das Menschliche, unsere Schwächen, Neigungen und Grenzen einzutauchen.
Ceramic - Only a "Soft" Material?
Ceramic is a highly plastic material that is versatile to use and easy to shape and design. Four artists will be presented who create great works of art with this underrated material.
100 YEARS OF BAUHAUS
A meaningful year is drawing to a close. The most influential modern art academy, the Bauhaus, celebrated its 100th birthday. Numerous exhibitions, events, lectures, performances, plays, guided tours, and workshops around the Bauhaus period revived the three Bauhaus sites Weimar, Dessau, and Berlin on the 100th anniversary year.