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).
Fascinated by Art in the Underground
At the sculpture network Dialogue in Munich last Thursday, Lothar Schiffler shared his passion for art in the underground with us. In the course of his presentation he took us on a journey into the art world of subway stations in Europe and beyond. From Lisbon to Paris, Rome and Vienna as well as to Moscow, presenting us with an enormous variety of works of art ranging from sculptures between the tracks, artfully crafted tiles and larger-than-life comics to archaeological discoveries and rabbits that are late.
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.
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.
Current thoughts on Swiss artists working in sculpture…
Curators' thoughts on sculpture being made in Europe today. By Alexa Jeanne Kusber
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).
Balancing cultural, social and political anxieties through contemporary creativity
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 Skulptur Projekte
Public space as a heterogeneous sphere indispensable for sociocultural co-existence