Sculpture Parks in Istria (Croatia): Our Selection
Are you planning a visit to the Croatian region of Istria? This region has more to offer than just magnificent beaches. Marina Bauer, our Croatian Coordinator, gave us some tips about which sculpture parks you should not miss in this beautiful country! Here, art and nature are fused in one.
History Meets Modern Art
The centre of Leiden has much to offer all year round. Although, it becomes particularly interesting in summer when it hosts the sculpture exhibition “Beelden in Leiden”. sculpture network was there and experienced the exhibition first hand.
Spain's most beautiful sculpture parks
When you think of Spain, you quickly see the image of sun, sea, palm trees and beaches. But in its geographical diversity, the country also offers great cultural insights in beautiful sculpture parks. Our experts Neus Bergua and Beatriz Carbonell Ferrer introduced us to their two favourites – one in the northern Basque Country and one in sunny Andalusia.
sculpture network Experience: Biennale in Venice
Accompany us over 3 days in June or August at one of the most important international contemporary art events!
NordArt - The Brittle Charm of the North meets Cosmopolitanism
NordArt 2019 in the Kunstwerk Carlshütte: From the 1st of June to 13th of October, 2019. This year, the exhibition in the far North invites you to take a closer look at France. Beyond that, you will also get to meet 5 sculpture network members among the exhibitors.
Award ceremony 58th Venice Biennale: Three-dimensional art in the age of unrest
The jury, this year headed by Stephanie Rosenthal, Director of the Martin-Gropius Building in Berlin, announced this year's winners of the 58th Biennale on 11 May. From the Belgian three-dimensional exhibition Mondo Condo to the Mexican artist Teresa Margolles, all works of art bear witness to a high social and political content. Three-dimensional art didn’t get neglected this year.
From North to the Deep South: Two Italian Examples of the Connection between Art and Nature
Our Coordinator for North-East Italy, Nicola Valentini, gives us a taste of Italy and two incredible insider tips on what contemporary art fans should not miss: Trentino – Südtirol and Sicily.
The Zentrum für Kunst und Medien (Centre for Art and Media – ZKM) accompanies the development of art towards digital culture. With the current exhibition "Negative Space", it now wants to transform the viewer's perspective – away from traditional perception as mass, volume and gravity – towards thinking from space. Our interview reveals even more...
PERSONAL STRUCTURES and the Question of Identity: Palazzo Mora (Part 1)
It's already started! Venice welcomes its guests to the 5th edition of the Personal Structures art exhibition. Eight sculpture network members are involved in the exhibition this year. Here you can find out who they are, and get a taste and a feeling for their work.
Figurative surprises – sculpture biennial ARTZUID in Amsterdam
“Art can be joyful, it can give us comfort; it’s about pleasure and learning” – the sixth edition of the sculpture biennial ARTZUID focuses on figurative three-dimensional art. We talked to Jhim Lamoree, one of the two curators of this extraordinary event held in Zuid, a district of Amsterdam, about surprises in open air exhibitions and taking a bath in the garden.
Bettina Lüdicke: DROP
Bettina Lüdicke's perspective in the form of her work DROP is particularly versatile: each new context in which it is placed allows for new perspectives. Perspective matters!
Dialogue with Sergi Aguilar. Spaces of the memory
The last Dialogue in Barcelona gave us the opportunity to visit Aguilar's studio. Our member Imma Pueyo was there and shares some of her impressions.