ALMOST FORGOTTEN – IN EUROPE.
Tina Wentscher was a German-Australian sculptress noted for her very sensitive portraits and for the exact replica of the famous Nefertiti bust. In Australia her works are in display in well-known museums, galleries and sculpture parks thus far her name in Europe is almost unknown. Renowned Australian writer and curator Ken Scarlett told us why she deserves to be remembered.
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.
David Mach – Disruptor
David Mach’s collages, sculptures and installations use both the imagery of Pop consumer society, or the actual mass-produced objects themselves. Whether magazines, vicious teddy bears, newspapers, cars and jeeps, TV sets, canoes and any range of objects, Mach’s installations are landscapes drawn from his abundant imagination. An interview with John K. Grande
Trans-Architecture: When Sculpture Meets Architecture
This year, in cooperation with the Sculto art fair, the Network Award was presented for the first time. In keeping with the 2018 sculpture network theme, which focuses on the relationship between three-dimensional art and architecture, the award was presented to a true interpreter between the two disciplines - Teresa Esteban. Her architectural sculptures reflect an intense confrontation between traditional sculpture and architecture, forming entirely new and mysterious emotional landscapes. But who is Teresa Esteban? An interview reveals more.
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.
A workshop in Seoul
Artistic-scientific assistant of TU Braunschweig und sculpture network Coordinator Michael Zwingmann holds upcycling-workshop in Seoul, South Corea