A Place to Dream and a Chance for Artists
The sculpture garden of the Domgalerie in Wiener Neustadt, Austria – a green oasis at the foot of the cathedral. On the Open Day in June, this hidden gem opens its doors so that visitors can enjoy outdoor sculpture. And it offers a unique opportunity for artists to exhibit their works there.
Our Personal Encounters with Female Three-Dimensional Art
It’s International Women’s Day! Fifty percent of the world’s population is shouting “Hurray!”. And the other fifty percent can join in the celebration, because we have compiled a series of statements about the most exciting female artists in today’s three-dimensional art world. Find out who our network’s favorite sculptresses are ...
Sculpture by the sea - The exhibition in paradise
This year for the 15th time, the famous white sand of Cottesloe Beach in Australia became the setting for a sculpture exhibition of a special kind. An insight into 3D art in paradise: Sculpture by the sea. From March, 1 to 18, over 70 sculptures by 71 international artists from 17 countries including the USA, Israel, China, Japan, South Korea, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Italy, Slovakia, Austria, Greece, Germany and Andorra will be exhibited.
Art trip 28 - 31 March 2019 Experience with us and a group of artists and art lovers the unique architecture and sculpture diversity of the capital of Catalonia
The 15 Most Successful Female Artists – Who Is Your Favorite?
International Women’s Day – a synonym for the struggle for equal rights, voting rights for women and the emancipation of women workers. But are these topics still current in today’s society? The sculpture network team asked themselves the same question and did some research on the current status of female artists in the sector of three-dimensional art
Nothing - Shaping with Snow
Nine architecture students from Braunschweig make their way to Norway. The goal: snow sculptures. The medium: snow. The motto: Nothing. How did the implementation go? What does the result look like? The students report.
Destruction and Creation
In order to create glass, the first step is to heat stone and metal, both in powdered form, to an incredibly hot temperature thus, in principle, destroying them. That means that before the artistic process using glass can be started a destructive force must be used in order to create the raw material. Then the glass is formed by blowing or casting – still at immensely high temperatures. This is followed by several days of cooling before processing can continue.
Sculpture in Bologna: The Arte Fiera 2019
The last edition of Arte Fiera, one of the most important contemporary art fairs in Italy, has just ended. Nicola visited it for us and tried to identify the most significant works on display. Here is his report.
An art fair for the third dimension
The art KARLSRUHE took place from 21–24 February 2019 for the 16th time. In its four halls the fair welcomed artists and visitors from all over the world for four days, inviting them to lose themselves in art from this century and the previous century. Three-dimensional art traditionally plays a very important role at art KARLSRUHE. We took a look around.
A day for sculpture: start'19
On 27 January, sculpture fans all over the world celebrated their passion for three-dimensional art together. With very special events and amazing highlights, the sculpture scene showed its worth for the 10th time. Click here and experience impressions of exclusive events at 75 locations! Photo: Johannes Hauser / Sabine Hartmann, start'19 in the Alf-Lechner-Museum in Ingolstadt (Germany). Installation: Alf Lechner, Labyrinth (2007 - 2017)
Bettina Lüdicke: DROP
Bettina Lüdicke's perspective in the form of her work DROP is particularly versatile: each new context in which it is placed allows for new perspectives. Perspective matters!
Karl Lagerfeld and sculpture?!
“I'm very much down to earth. Just not this earth." But which earth, Karl? After his death, Karl Lagerfeld is remembered as a fashion star, a great designer, an important trendsetter in the fashion world and an outstanding personality who often made cynical comments. But did he ever make a detour into the world of sculpture?