I’m proud to announce that I’m "the face" of NordArt 2018, the jubilee edition of one of the largest international exhibitions of contemporary art in Europe! It’s a great honour for me to be on this poster.
In 2018 NordArt is celebrating a 20th anniversary – in 2017 at the opening of the exhibition were more than 5,000 people. In 2018 more than 3000 applications from artists from 105 countries were received. The exhibition will be presenting paintings, sculptures, photographs and installations by 200 selected artists from all over the world.
Once again, our art-collective Wocial-Tuszyńska will be exposing sculptures at NordArt.
Last year we presented our sculpture Look at Me (New Capitoline Wolf) version 2016, more details are available here.
NordArt is one of the largest juried exhibitions of contemporary art in Europe.
For 20 years of the successive editions of the event renowned artists from all over the world have been presenting their works in extraordinary space of the former Carlshütte foundry (22,000 sqm), as well as in the sculpture park (80,000 sqm).
In 2018 Country Focus is on the Czech Republic and patron of the Czech Pavilion will be the Ambassador of the Czech Republic to Germany, Mr. Tomáš Jan Podivínský.
Many prominent representatives of culture, art and diplomacy are present on the pre-opening every year and they prepare greetings for ceremony.
At NordArt 2017 there was celebrated a 45th anniversary of establishing diplomatic relations between Germany and China and the country focus was Kingdom of Denmark, so on the pre-opening were present among others: Mette Bock – Minister of Culture of Denmark, S.E. Friis Arne Petersen – Ambassador of the Danish Kingdom to Germany, S.E. SHI Mingde – Ambassador of the People's Republic of China in Germany, CHEN Ping – Cultural Counselor, Embassy of the People's Republic of China in Germany,S.E. Patricio Pradel E. – Ambassador of the Republic of Chile, Hans-Julius and Johanna Ahlmann – hosts of Kunstwerk Carlshütte – and Wolfgang Gramm – Chief curator of the NordArt: