The Hannah Peschar Sculpture Garden
The Hannah Peschar Sculpture Garden is the creation of the late Hannah Peschar, whom purchased the grounds and 17th century cottage some 40 years ago with her husband, world renowned landscape designer Anthony Paul. Celebrating our thirty-ninth birthday this year, we now exhibit 160+ pieces every summer by over 50 artists.
Sculpting Society in Difficult Times
The war in Ukraine – A Statement from the sculpture network Board and Team
Verbier 3-D Sculpture Park Residency
Situated in the heart of the Swiss Alps, the Verbier 3-D Foundation is a non-profit cultural organization dedicated to promoting contemporary art, environmentalism and education through its Artist Residency and Sculpture Park.
International Dialogue in The Hague
On 9th June, an international group of art enthusiasts met in The Hague. It was a day filled with art, and was both organised and run by artist Yke Prins, a member of the sculpture network board.
Curating Sculptures Outdoors: Report of the Online Club with SMACH. and ARTZUID
Nature is a dynamic setting for displaying art. Outdoor exhibitions offer unparalleled possibilities but at the same time bring on a range of challenges. During Online Club in January, Cintha van Heeswijck from ARTZUID (NL) and Michael Moling with Katy Moling from SMACH. (IT), presented their large-scale curatorial projects and shared fascinating insights into the realities of displaying sculptures in urban and natural environments.
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.
The Revolutionary Power of Art – sculpture network’s Theme of the Year “Sculpting Society”
Why art? Why sculpture? It is questions like these that artists and art-lovers alike are regularly confronted with. The answers are as varied as those asking the questions in the first place, but most would agree on one thing: art is a part of society. With this year’s theme of “Sculpting Society,” sculpture network is drawing attention to the possibility that three-dimensional art is having a sociopolitical impact.
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.
We commemorate! Memorial Sculpture and Collective Rituals at the Online Club
In commemoration, we tend to pause and remember. In the Online Club on 2nd May 2022, the question of what we’re remembering, what characterises us, and what guides us, played just as important a role as the process of remembrance being a mark of unity did.
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“!
About Faith, Spring and Hope
An interview with the winners of the sculpture network Award: Pablo Redondro and Marian Rodríguez.
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!