• NordArt 2024 Art Exhibition
• Deadline: October 31st 2023
• Prize: Exhibition
• Category: Visual Arts
• Entry Fees: Free
• REGISTRATION: CLICK HERE
Kunstwerk Carlshütte is a non-profit cultural initiative and has been organising the international NordArt since 1999. NordArt is one of the largest contemporary art exhibitions in Europe, which is conceived anew every year. Between June and October, paintings and sculptures, photographs and installations by more than 200 selected artists (internationally renowned as well as newcomers) from all over the world come together as a monumental piece of art. Each work stands for itself and at the same time in a dialogue with the others. In synergy with the imposing backdrop, a unique atmosphere develops, inviting you on a journey of discovery.
The exhibition thrives on the different perspectives of individual cultures, but also makes it clear that East and West, South and North have many common thoughts. In order to allow deeper insights, NordArt dedicates an individual pavilion to a different country every year and also presents special projects, cooperating with embassies, cultural institutions and curators from various countries.
The principal curator of NordArt is Wolfgang Gramm. The senior curator is Inga Aru.
The exhibition grounds include the historic foundry halls of the Carlshütte with their 22,000 square metres of ground area, the charming ACO Wagenremise building and an 80,000 square metres of sculpture park. The virtual tour on our website gives you an impression of the exhibition grounds. On the YouTube you can find films about NordArt and its artists.