Something was moving - not just the wind!
On September 2, 2018 sculpture network visited the award ceremony of the 9th edition of the international wind art festival "bewegter wind" which has been held every two years in Northern Hesse since 2004. This year’s festival motto was "Clouds" and 64 artists from 21 countries delighted the visitors to the exhibition sites around the Katzenstein in the community of Habichtswald, along the Alpenpfad (Alpine Path) in the Dörnberg nature reserve, at the Helfensteinen and at the Hohen Dörnberg with their very different approaches to the theme. Among these artists were six members of sculpture network, who were invited by the curator Reta Reinl to exhibit their work: Kirsten Sauer [Kisa], Jürgen Heinz, Peter Wiener, Nevena Popović, Judith Mann and Michael Rofka.
Art as the Unity of Thinking, Seeing and Feeling?
Exploring Sculpture and Architecture Part 2: The Augengefühle (The Eyes’ Emotions) Collection at the Neues Museum Nuremberg.
Paper Sculptures in the Biennial in Lucca
The Lucca Biennial art exhibition, now in its ninth edition, has changed its name and format and is now reaching a larger, more international public. This is thanks to a extensive exhibition program dedicated to "paper art", design and architecture which also includes workshops for children and debates. Among the participants, one of the most photographed artists is our member Manuela Granziol who we recently interviewed.
DAN FLAVIN: UNTITLED (FOR KSENIJA)
Dan Flavin's famous installation "Untitled (For Ksenija)" from the opening of Kunstbaus was last shown at its destination in 1994. On the occasion of the 80th birthday of Heiner Friedrich the Kunstbau shines again in the light of Flavin and there is no charge for entry! 17 July 2018 - 30 September 2018 im Kunstbau (Munich)
Quote from Bad RagARTz
Until November, 4 the 7th Swiss Triennial of Sculpture takes place in Bad Ragaz and Vaduz, with 400 works of art in the open air. There are also 9 sculpture network members. We asked them about their thoughts on their works.
Biennials and triennials of summer 2018. Here's what to see all over Europe
Feel like a holiday that combines relaxing and art? There is a lot to see around Europe this summer - here is a list of five initiatives not to be missed.
Summer, sunshine, water – and art! Since June 30th a trip to Zurich has gotten even better, since travelers are greeted at the Main station by a breath-taking installation by the Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto (born 1964 in Rio de Janeiro).
Can Art Embody an Attitude?
sculpture network successfully started a new discussion series; The sculpture network Lab – the space for new ideas sheds light on the social-political relevance of architecture, art and design and is lively, courageous and innovative.
Love at Second Glance
Exploring Sculpture and Architecture 1: The metal sculpture Present Continuous and the Museum for Egyptian Art in Munich
International Art in a Former Foundry
NordArt celebrates its 20th anniversary with works by 200 selected artists from around the world: It is a worthwhile destination. More than 3000 artists from 105 countries applied to participate this year, seven sculpture network members succeeded in being a part of one of the biggest contemporary art exhibitions in Europe.
The London Mastaba
Christo’s first public art in the UK will float in the Serpentine Lake until September
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.
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.
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