The London Mastaba
Christo’s first public art in the UK will float in the Serpentine Lake until September
A total work of art and a fully functional architecture
Olafur Eliasson first permanent building opened in Vejle, Denmark
Giuseppe Penone: A Tree in the Wood
This summer, Yorkshire Sculpture Park presents an extensive new exhibition by Giuseppe Penone that draws works from five decades of his career, from the late 1960’s to the present day.
Hohmeister: "Every Artist is Part of the Family". An interview
Every three years Bad Ragaz is transformed into the largest Sculpture Park in Europe. Since the year 2000 Rolf Hohmeister, doctor, and his wife Esther, who is also known as a poet, (please refer to the May poem on our page), finance the mammoth event as a purely private enterprise. At the time they took on a financial risk. And to this day they still finance a large part of the event themselves. In our interview they reveal what moved them to do so and what part of Bad RagARTz they are proudest of.
Art and Public Spaces
In 2017 sculpture network addressed the topic “Art in Public Spaces” during all of its programmes taking place throughout Europe.
HIGHLIGHTS in Munich
The international art fair HIGHLIGHTS came to Munich for the eighth time. But is three-dimensional art a no-go? An interview with gallery owner Katja Ott reveals more.
Jozek Nowak, a native of Poland, usually creates his famous wooden figures in quiet solitude. At start´18, the international Celebration for Contemporary Sculpture, the public could watch him work in real life.
Modular// Sculpture Today
Curators' thoughts on sculpture being made in Europe today. By Hillary Murray.
Current thoughts on Swiss artists working in sculpture…
Curators' thoughts on sculpture being made in Europe today. By Alexa Jeanne Kusber
Development of Contemporary Sculpture
Curators' thoughts on sculpture being made in Europe today. By Sya van ‘t Vlie.
Strategy of resilience
Fundamentals, negations and survivals in Italian sculpture of the younger generation.
“Oh Shit!”: Risk and British Sculpture Today
A curators' thoughts on sculpture being made in Europe today. By Marsha Bradfield
Sculpture and Digitalisation
Curators' thoughts on sculpture being made in Europe today. By Nadim Julien Samman.
More than just the Sum of Parts
Curators' thoughts on sculpture being made in Europe today. By Adri A.C. de Fluiter (NL).
An architectural masterpiece highlighted by physics and biology
About the art project Icoon Afsluitdijk
A workshop in Seoul
Artistic-scientific assistant of TU Braunschweig und sculpture network Coordinator Michael Zwingmann holds upcycling-workshop in Seoul, South Corea
The dream of a new beginning for culture
The KölnSkulptur series is a biennial exhibit, an open-air museum for contemporary sculpture, founded in 1997 through the private initiative of collectors Michael and Eleonore Stoffel. The Skulpturenpark Köln Foundation has continued to uphold the original idea of the Stoffel family to secure the future of the park and to preserve it as a place of artistic dialogue and reflection.
The Skulptur Projekte
Public space as a heterogeneous sphere indispensable for sociocultural co-existence
Part II – Sculpture by the Sea
Gale force winds are hurling across Tamarana Beach, Sydney. Supposedly spring has sprung, but nobody told him - so I am sitting here duet knitting with rain lashing in my face.
On April 21, 2017 the Polish artist Magdalena Abakanowicz died at age 86. With her passing sculpture network and the art world lose a highly esteemed member and an excellent artist, who greatly influenced the second half of the 20th century with her artwork.
Blurring the edges of what defines sculptural work
An interview with Daniel Lingham – editor and creator of Sculptorvox
„The sculptures come from my paintings"
Savoir vivre or the art of living is something that European artist and sculpture network member Stefan Szczesny truly understands. He has resided in Saint Tropez on the French Riviera for many years now, where he enjoys the Mediterranean culture, the beautiful light and the positive attitude to their fullest. This is reflected in his life-affirming art in which his motto is: The more color the better. This blaze of color can also be seen in the castle courtyard of the Althoff Grandhotel Schloss Bensberg in Bergisch Gladbach, Germany. Here a selection of Szczesny’s brand new colorful sculptures is on exhibit until January 28, 2018. In addition some of his original paintings and works on paper can also be seen.