sculpture network in transition
Since its founding in 2004 by Ralf Kirberg and Hartmut Stielow, the board of directors of sculpture network has been able to rely on a team of highly committed employees.
Save it! About Water, Value and Art
There is nothing as soothing as simply looking at water. At the banks of the river Isar in Munich, at the shores of Lake Maggiore or at the Atlantic coast. You can just hang on to your thoughts and listen to the gentle sound of the waves or the calm flow of the river. Inevitably, the big questions of life will eventually surface.
Sculpture as a reflection of our time
For all those who couldn't attend our Dialogue on 11 July at the Landgoed Anningahof, coordinator Anne Berk will take you on a virtual journey through the beautiful sculpture park and the history of Dutch sculpture since the 1960s.
Only a woman? - Women in art
What role did women play in art? What role do they play today? Here are some thoughts and facts about women in art.
Wood - a material for old and new
Wood is a material that can be used in many different ways and from which a wide range of different works can be created. Here we introduce five artists who create great works of art with this often inconspicuous material. This natural, vegetative material often requires less energy than other materials, such as stone or metal, and can be used in a wide variety of ways.
Art and Brexit - a conversation about the situation
A conversation with artist and sculpture network member Johannes von Stumm about Brexit and its effects on artists and the art market.
Here you can find a selection of digital offers from all artistic fields. From large museums and galleries opening their collections for online visitors, to artists offering courses online, to platforms for quick financial help for freelancers ...
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 Touching Performance
Developed by the dancer Zrinka Šimičić Mihanović and the artist and sculpture network coordinator Marina Bauer a special happening took place last summer: The Touching Performance, which combined sculpture, dance, movement and touch into a common experience. The idea behind the performative installation is, that the viewer and the observed are both parts of a common experience, both participants and witnesses of the event, and both responsible for what is experienced and seen. We wanted to learn more about this special project and talked to the two initiators:
Do Not Touch!
The instruction "Do not touch!" was once most commonly found in museums and galleries. The fact that it has spread to our entire lives in the wake of the Corona crisis is a huge challenge for all of us. This calls for a reflection on the value of touch— for us as humans and in art.
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.
EUROPEAN SCULPTURE PATH - VISIONS FOR EUROPE
Europe is currently facing major challenges. The corona crisis affects and concerns us all, and, at the moment, makes us forget about many other issues. However - and equally so - the increasingly nationalistic tendencies in a number of countries, our handling of refugees, the rapidly progressing climate change and, hence, the question of how we want to use our resources in the future require courageous and clear decisions. The idea and effectiveness of a united Europe is constantly being called into question.