How to curate sculpture in the mountains or the city
Why create a sculpture trail? How do the sculptures interact with the environment and people? Discover more about two exciting projects on our upcoming Online Club Monday, 24 January 2022 at 20:00 CET. Register now!
Working with Heavy Metal
On December 13, 2021, in the presence of 53 new or returning participants, Anne Berk, host of the online club, introduced two artists of sculpture network. Theme of the night: working with heavy metal.
After 17 years, Ralf Kirberg, founder and chairman of sculpture network, says farewell
When Hartmut Stielow and Ralf Kirberg founded the sculpture network together with a few others in 2004, no one could have guessed what a vibrant community it would become. What a great achievement!
Art on Roofs–and Beyond
Art above the rooftops of the city–with the Höhenrausch project, Martin Sturm brought installations and sculptures a little closer to the sky in Linz, Austria, from 2009 to 2021. We spoke with him about the impact of art, aesthetic edification for leisure and sharing experiences.
Sculpture in the City: Art Woven into the Urban Fabric
Sculpture in the City is a prime example of a sustainable public art program that evolves over time, reacting to and intervening in the ever-changing architectural landscape of the City of London. Displaying some of the most innovative three-dimensional works of contemporary art, this unique urban sculpture park is open day and night and welcomes around 500,000 visitors every year.
Back to the Future
In Katharina Andress‘ sculptures ancient craft meets the human being of the future. The artist condenses questions of Post- and Transhumanism into timeless figures. A conversation about paint-gilding, technoid fashion, prosthetics and rabbit-skin glue.
How to save the forest … and humankind
In sculpture network’s Online Club of 25 October 2021, we discussed the intricate connection between nature, art, and the human condition. Artist Fleur van den Berg and curator and sculpture network chairwoman Anne Berk opened up the wonderful world of EcoArt for us. If you missed out, here’s your chance to catch up and maybe learn a thing or two about how to "Save the forest“!
Our Online-Events: a Digital Meeting Place
sculpture netowrk online-events are an easy way to network and share your ideas with soulmates across the border.
The Universe of Johan Tahon
Johan Tahon (b. 1965, Menen, lives in Oudenaarden, Belgium) is one of Belgium’s most famous artists and member of sculpture network. Currently, you can admire his retrospective exhibition UNIVERSUS, sculpturen 1999-2021, in the MOU, the museum of Oudenaarde, his hometown (BE), and in the gallery Kunstforum in Solothurn (CH).
Everything is going to be alright
Surrounded by fields, ditches and forests of the Oberhavelland region, the baroque Schwante Castle is located 25 km northwest of Berlin. Here, Loretta Würtenberger and Daniel Tümpel created a lively place for art, nature and enjoyment. Ursula Karpowitsch spoke with them about the concept and the creation of an extraordinary sculpture park.
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.
Experience Bilbao and La Rioja 7th – 10th October 2021
Encountering Art and the World with All Senses. The Story of a Journey.