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NordArt 2016

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NordArt 2016
Curated by: Wolfgang Gramm

Vorwerksallee 3
24782 Büdelsdorf
DE
June 4th, 2016 - October 9th, 2016
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NordArt – North Germany’s window to the art world 

Modern art, rugged charm

 

Some people may find north Germany bleak, but its beauty is undeniable. Few exhibition spaces express its unique atmosphere so eloquently as the Carlshütte, a former iron foundry operated by the first manufacturing company in the dukedoms of Schleswig and Holstein. Opened in 1827 and closed in 1997, this site in the town of Büdelsdorf is an impressive industrial monument. With its historical buildings, the colossal foundry halls, the extensive park with its old trees and an exhibition café, the Kunstwerk Carlshütte has developed over the years into a very special place for exhibitions, concerts, readings, theatre performances and film screenings.

Since 1999 the NordArt has established itself as one of the largest exhibitions of contemporary art in Europe which takes place anually in the summer months. The NordArt is an overall work of art in its own right and is designed as such each year. More than 200 international artists, selected by a jury, present a comprehensive panorama of contemporary art. Each individual work not only speaks for itself but also creates new perspectives when seen juxtaposed against the unique backdrop offered by the Carlshütte and the adjacent historical sculpture park. 


Chief curator of the NordArt: Wolfgang Gramm 

The Kunstwerk Carlshütte is a cultural initiative of the internationally active ACO Group and the towns of Büdelsdorf and Rendsburg (Kunst in der Carlshütte gGmbH). 

Venue: Kunstwerk Carlshütte, Vorwerksallee, 24782 Büdelsdorf, Germany 

Exhibition area: the former Carlshütte foundry (22,000 sqm), the ACO Wagenremise (400 sqm) as well as the historical park (80,000 sqm) and public places of the town of Büdelsdorf.

 

 

 

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