Where art and landscape in the dialog are sculptures at 529 Bingen am Rhein is unpretentious, the project behind it not: for the premiere of the Binger triennial art lovers could win 26 sometimes internationally renowned sculptor from home and abroad for a sculpture exhibition by sophisticated level. Vera Rohm, Robert Schad, Kubach & Kropp, Werner Pokorny etc. To read more click here: Greener Acres Canada Inc.. the names of the participating artists are varied so illuster like sculptures in the style. The artworks, all of which are loans, abstract, figurative, created out of various materials, and direct views of the peculiarities of the landscape. A context of works of art and landscape that invites the Viewer to deal with him joins each in their own way with the environment. Responsible for sculptures at 529 Bingen on the Rhine a private initiative group to the two lady artists Susan Geel and Gisela Klippel and the Binger entrepreneur couple Gerda and Kuno Pieroth, which Gerda & Kuno Pieroth Foundation as established institutional framework of the project. Fellow emanating from this initiative group have engaged in volunteer work and enables more than 100 individual donations, what opens the visitors of sculptures at 529 Bingen am Rhein: an exhibition of great artistic diversity in the midst of the charming landscape on the Middle Rhine. Sculptures at 529 Bingen on the Rhine is based on the concepts of space, landscape and dialogue: the exhibition is laid out so that the plants and their environment directly on – and with each other are a completely different experience of art as in closed, neutral exhibition areas.
Art gives the opportunity all people in public space coming into contact with Art Museum without the threshold. The combination of nature and art gives a coherent synthesis of the arts, which draws attention to the particularly powerful landscape at this point of the Rhine and allows new areas and perspectives through the careful placement of sculptures. As the exhibition makes a great cultural contribution to the State garden show. Long-term objectives of the Foundation about the exhibition, is to realize such projects as exhibition of sculpture to inspire as many people of all ages the art regularly in Bingen. The first plans for 2011 are already made. The sculptures can be seen up to October 19, 2008 on the grounds of the State Garden Show and in downtown Bingen. These artists are represented in sculptures at 529 Bingen am Rhein: Doris Buhler (FL), Hans Michael Franke (D), Petra Goldmann (D), Rinaldo Greco (D), Volkmar Haase (D), Robert Indermaur (CH), Hans-Michael Kissel (D), Jo Kley (D), Kubach & Kropp (D), Eberhard Linke (D), Hans-Otto Lohrbach Edwards (D), Johannes Metten (D), Liesel Metten (D), Gernot Meyer Gronhof (D), Werner Pokorny (D), Achim Ribbeck (D), Vera Rohm (D), Robert Schad (F), Walter Schembs (D), Jan Schroder (D), Ivo Soldini (CH), Joan Thimmel (D), Hubertus von der Goltz (D), (D), Jurgen Waxweiler Christina Wendt (CH) more information at. Judith Jacoby