Archive For: ARTPARK NEWS

Open Call: Exploring the Concept of Sculpture

Hollufgård Artist Residence – Skulpturpark will be conducting a residency program in April-June 2020 for two visual artists exploring the concept of sculpture. The residency program is carried out in collaboration with the Funen Academy of Art and is supported by The Danis Arts Foundation. Applicants with an international career and teaching/lecturing experience will be ... Read More
 
The Return of the Gods

The Return of the Gods

The gods are returning Skulpturparken. Niels-Erik H. v. Øhlenschlæger’s group of the giant oak sculptures, “Ancient Gods Arise from New Lakes”, has found it’s place at the new lake facing the highway exit for the forthcoming OUH Hospital, where it promotes ancient myths. Like their ancestors at the Bronze Age marshes, the three gods watch  over ... Read More
 
Jens Chr. Jensen: Mushroom

Jens Chr. Jensen: Mushroom

In our present time, the beauty of nature is seen in fragments, interwoven with cityscape and industrialization. Accordingly, Jens Chr folds. Jensen’s work Mushroom is a natural motif, but the organic form  is made up of industrially carved wooden sticks. The work, which was part of the Landart exhibition “Over the Sea – under the ... Read More
 
Kohei Takekoshi Visits ArtParken

Kohei Takekoshi Visits ArtParken

“I am in the sea of the underground I will dive into the sea and explore The roots look like waves. It is a disappearing momentary figure now. Dig into half of the withered tree The dug up soil is piled up around, creating a space There is a space ... Read More
 
ArtParken: Opening Sat. Sept. 2nd.

ArtParken: Opening Sat. Sept. 2nd.

ARPARKEN OPENING: SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 2nd., 2:00pm ARTIST TALK V. / HELLE COOK (DK / AU), 3:30 pm IN THE CLAY WORKSHOP Access to Art Parken is free on all days throughout the year.   Discover 53 works created by artists from Denmark, England, USA, Canada, Poland and Germany. On the beautiful lawns in the historic manor ... Read More
 
On Migration

On Migration

Kay motive in Jette Riedling’s work is footsteps in a dried-out river bottom. “Migration” adresses mass migration as an issue that is becoming more and more acute, further  enhanced by climate change. ArtParken opens officially on September 2nd. Take a walk in nature and experience  the wonderful and exciting works.
 
“Highway to Heaven”

“Highway to Heaven”

Malte Klagenberg’s work deals with the collision between the noisy highway  and the peaceful forest. Now his work can be seen in ArtParken – more specifically in the little brook to the south by the highway. It consists of a transparent plexiglas plate on iron stand with an engraved drawing of an exotic waterfall. Malte ... Read More