Europe - Germany
This museum of visual arts, cultural history, and science and technology
has changing sculpture exhibitions on the roof. In the past, the roof
garden has featured work by Calder and De Saint Phalle, as well as environmental
Museumsmeile Bonn, Fredrich-Ebert-Alle 4, 53113 Bonn. Contact: Maria Nusser-Wagner.
(49-228) 91710200. Fax (49-228) 917 1211. Open Tues. through Sun., 10a.m.
Six-acre sculpture park featuring sculpture from 1950 to the present
Figurative sculpture by Koering, Moser, and von Leistner. Abstract sculpture
by Aulich, Huschka, Proge, and others.
D-34439 Willebadessen. Contact: Tel: 05646-777 o.942088
Skulpturenmuseum Glaskasten Marl
Museum collection features sculptors and instillations of the 20th
century. Changing exhibitions of sculpture are displayed outdoors in a
two-square-kilometer area around the museum, as well as in the municipal
Creiler Platz 1, Rathouse, D-45765 Marl. Contact: Dr. Uwe Ruth. (49-2365)
9926 14, or 99 22 57. Fax (49-23650) 99 27 40. Open Tues. through Sun.,
10a.m. to 6p.m. Closed during some holidays.
Approximately 50 works on 14 hectares located near the small town
of Katzow, near the Polish border. Includes national and international
artists including Kao, Kautz, Labs, Leifer, Popov, Porczak, Soroczynska,
Szewzyk, and Thompson. Hosts yearly international symposiums.
E.v. 17509 Katzow Unterreihe 11. (49-38) 37 32 02 16. Contact: Thomas
Skulpturenpark Am Seestern
This 17,000 square-foot urban park, opened in 1982 on the banks of
the Rhine River, features contemporary sculpture.
Dusseldorf, c/o Kaufhof Warenhaus Ag, Leonhard Tietz Str. 1, 50676 Koln.
Contact: Frau Riede. (49-221) 223 5591. Fax (49-221) 223 5593.
Stadelsches Kunstinstitut Und Stadtische Galerie
Permanent collection of approximately 15 outdoor works, including
Abakanowicz, Balkenhol, Kirkeby, Kricke, Pichler, Ruckriem, D. Smith and
Tinguely. Besides the permanent collection the park features loans from
local artists and changing exhibitions.
Durerstrasse 2, D-60596 Frankfurt am Main. Contact Dr. Ursula Grzechca-Mohr,
curator of 20th century paintings. (49-69) 61 01 63. Open Thurs.
through Tues. , 10a.m. to 5p.m.; Wed., 10a.m. to 8p.m.
Wilhelm Lehmbruck Museum
Museum and sculpture garden devoted to the works of 20th
century figurative sculptor Wihelm Lehmbruch.
Fredrich-Wilhelm-Strasse 40, D-47049 Duisberg. Contact: Dr. Christoph
Brockhaus, director. (49-203) 283 2630. Fax (49-203) 283 3892. Open Tues.
11a.m. to 8p.m.; Wed. to Sun. 11a.m. to 5p.m. Closed Mon.
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