A day for sculpture: start'19 on 27 January 2019
It’s this time of the year again: On 27 January, sculpture fans all over the world celebrate their passion for three-dimensional art together. With very special events and real highlights, the sculpture scene shows its worth. Click here and explore our map, there is sure to be an event near you. Experience sculpture live and in colour!
This staircase transcends the boundaries between art and architecture
The spiral staircase by spitzbart, which bears the signature of the world-famous Oskar Niemeyer, is Staircase of the Year 2018 in the Sculpture category.
While the first snow is falling in Munich, just in time for the Advent season, the United Nations 24th Climate Conference is starting in Katowice (Poland). Exactly three years ago during the same conference in Paris a work of art caused a stir: Olafur Eliasson’s Ice Watch. Using twelve blocks of ice the artist created a giant melting clock on site and made climate change easily perceptible for visitors.
A Journey through the Italian Sculpture: an Interview with the Curator Valerio Dehò
We continue our in-depth study of Milano Scultura and the Italian sculpture scene with an interview with Valerio Dehò, curator and creator of Milano Scultura.
If walls could talk…
Our dialogue “Architectural Healing” in the De Koepel prison in Haarlem got under our skin. In the old Panopticon building, artists tried to find answers to the almost unspeakable questions that such a building poses to us who remain. Some impressions.
Call for Artists for the International Sculpture Center
An international sculpture center is being built in a small mountain village with just 200 inhabitants in Switzerland. The valley, already known for its Peccia marble, will now be complemented with all the disciplines and materials of sculpture. With the "Centro Internazionale di Scultura" and the "Scuola di Scultura" Peccia, located in the Maggia Valley of Ticino, will have a training and meeting place for contemporary sculpture that is unique throughout Europe.
People's choice: The Hepworth Prize for Sculpture
The Hepworth Prize for Sculpture was established in 2016 and is named after Barbara Hepworth, one of the most famous British sculptors. It is awarded by The Hepworth Wakefield Gallery in Yorkshire.
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?
Time, Space, Existence - when man crosses boundaries
SAVE THE DATE! Until 25 November 2018, the 4th edition of architecture exhibition TIME - SPACE - EXISTENCE, held every two years, will take place in Venice. Initiated by the European Cultural Centre Italy, the broad spectrum of works by architects, photographers, sculptors and universities from all over the world can be admired at 3 different locations. Including works by 4 sculpture network members!
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.
How to deal with death?
In "Beyond the Body", seventeen artists reflect on transience, death and commemoration in a secularized era. The show is curated by Anne Berk for KunstCentret Silkeborg Bad, a former health facility in Denmark.