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Europas Plattform für zeitgenössische Skulptur
    Newsletter 12/2009
    1. "Moving Sculptures" - a book project by Adrian Bütikofer (CH)
    Every artist desires exhibitions and catalogues ? both represents the own achievements. If you can't accomplish this - how can you realise to finance your own catalogue? Our Swiss member Adrian Bütikofer made this happen in a quite unusual way - here we present you the result of his just finished book. more...
    2. "Calder" at the Palazzo delle Esposizioni in Rom (I)
    Alexander Calder (1898 - 1976) an exhibition. The exhibition is being organized by the Azienda Speciale Palaexpo to celebrate the famous US artist. more... 3. "Art for the millions - 100 sculptures from the Mao age" at the Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt (D)
    In conjunction with China?s appearance as Guest of Honour at the 2009 Frankfurt Book Fair, the Schirn will be showing, for the first time ever in the West, the spectacular Chinese sculptural group Rent Collection Courtyard. This ensemble of more than 100 life-size figures is among the most important works in modern Chinese art history, and is firmly embedded in China?s collective memory. more... 4. Dialogues - Chillida, Oteiza, Serra" at Atrium - Arte Garaikideko Euska in Vitoria Gasteiz (E)
    Dialogues is a tribute to three of the greatest artists in contemporary sculpture: Eduardo Chillida, Jorge de Oteiza and Richard Serra. The exhibition takes the form of a dialogue between the three artists and of a dialogue with the environment and the Basque people. more... 5. Lynda Benglis at IMMA, Dublin (IE)
    This exhibition is the first solo exhibition in Europe of the American sculptor Lynda Benglis, best known for her pioneering and challenging works which question the rigours of Modernism and Minimalism by merging content and form. more... 6. "The fundament of art - The sculpture and its base since Alberto Giacometti" in Heilbronn (D)
    The museums of the city Heilbronn often focus on "Sculpture" and thus create surprising exhibitions. The curator of the art and sculpture museums Dieter Brunner just had a new Brilliant idea: he picked the topic about the base of art.
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    7. Wild thing: Epstein, Gaudier-Brzeska, Gill? at the Royal Academy of Arts, London (GB)
    Over a period of 10 years, three outstanding young sculptors emerged in Britain: Jacob Epstein, Henri Gaudier-Brzeska and Eric Gill. This exhibition is the first time that the three artists have been shown together in this revolutionary context and many of the works have not been exhibited in London before. more... 8. Impressions from our RMM in Valencia
    MEET THE ARTIST was the motto of this event. About 35 members and friends met at IVAM (Valencia's Contemporary Art Museum) to see the exhibition "La liturgia de las piedras" by Alberto Bañuelos, guided by the artist himself, who openly discussed his work with our guests. After a lunch, courtesy of IVAM, a studio visit followed, where we met one of Valencia's most prominent sculptors and recent member of La Real Academia de San Fernando - Miquel Navarro. His insight to his process and techniques fascinated everybody. Out of program two surprises: Natividad Navalón and Vicente Orti contributed to a memorable weekend! more... 9. Personal data and award winners

    10. Coming up sculpture events

    SAVE THE DATE - we are happy to announce the following events. Please mark them in your calendar:

    17 January 2010: New Years Brunch
    Invitation and registration will follow soon. More information
    here

    16-19 September 2010: IX. International sculpture network Forum and sculpture network Members' Exhibition in Grugliasco near by Torino, Italy. Further information will follow soon.

    You can find further dates in our calendar of events more

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