How about a change of perspective? We asked our members about their perspectives and experienced some real surprises. Check them out and join in! Everyone can become a part of our campaign. Sometimes you just have to pause for a moment and ask yourself: Where do I actually stand? And from which perspective do I look at the world?
Zitate aus Bad RagARTz
Bis 4.11. findet in Bad Ragaz und Vaduz die 7. Schweizerische Triennale der Skulptur statt, mit 400 Kunstwerken unter freiem Himmel. Auch 9 sculpture network Mitglieder sind dabei. Wir haben sie nach ihren Gedanken zu ihren Werken gefragt.
start’18 in London: A Day to forge new connections!
Sonny Moore, one of the hosts of start’18 tells us his experience in organizing an event in London together with the Royal Society of Sculptures and sponsored by m-tec metal fabrication specialists. A successful connection!
sculpture network Lab
Our new format sculpture network Lab is coming to Munich: Networking Creativity will be our topic on October 22nd at the Lovelace. How do networks influence artistic intuition? Where are the interfaces between secluded studios and contemporary networks? We look forward to exciting discussions!
Gräfelfing and Its Artists – a Small Town with Big Goals
Art is supposed to be seen! That’s why the Kunstkreis Gräfelfing has set up a platform for art in public space, which is populated by changing sculptures. And right now it stands empty – a good opportunity for artists to submit their proposals.
Volker Schweisfurth: The Melting of Symbols ...
The melting of symbols and their meanings - in the digital rush. Volker Schweisfurth's contribution to "Perspective matters"
In the footsteps of Ancient Times: a new interpretation of Marble
In the occasion of his exhibition "Sculptured in Stone - Sculptures by Fabio Viale” at the Glyptothek in Munich we met Fabio Viale, an Italian sculptor who is proudly working only marble. In this exclusive interview he told us about his working technic and his difficult beginning as artist.
start'19 - 27 January 2019: Save the date!
Become a host for start´19, the largest international festival of contemporary sculpture: Your chance to share your enthusiasm for contemporary three-dimensional art with a wider circle. Sign up today, we are looking forward to seeing you! In 2019, all hosts will unite under the common motto "Three-dimensional Art and Society". The implementation of the motto and the type of your event are up to you. After all, art is free!
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.
Wie soll man mit dem Tod umgehen?
In "Beyond the Body" denken siebzehn Künstler über Vergänglichkeit, Tod und Andenken in einer säkularisierten Zeit nach. Die Ausstellung wird von Anne Berk kuratiert und findet im KunstCentret Silkeborg Bad, einem ehemaligen Gesundheitszentrum in Dänemark, statt.
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.