Charlotte Gyllenhammar

Blickachsen 12 Contemporary Sculpture in Bad Homburg and Frankfurt RheinMain, Germany

A multifarious experience of art: 31 artists from around the world will this summer take part in the twelfth edition of the Blickachsen Sculpture Biennale.
As ever, this year’s twelfth Blickachsen from 26 May to 6 October will bring together the most varied positions in contemporary art, including numerous site-specific projects specially created for the exhibition. In the historic park landscapes of Bad Homburg, and in five further locations in the Rhine-Main region, visitors will have the opportunity to experience a broad spectrum of contemporary sculpture and installations curated by Christian K. Scheffel together with Elisabeth Millqvist and Mattias Givell, the joint directors of this year’s partner museum, Wanås Konst from Sweden.

The roster of international artists is made up, in almost equal measure, of male and female artists working in the field of three-dimensional art, including, as always, less well-known as well as world famous names.

In this context Charlotte Gyllenhammar will be showing the pieces Traum and Night, Descend.

See for pictures of the monumental sculpture Traum when displayed at the exhibition Give me shelter, New Art Centre at Roche Court, Wiltshire, U.K. (2007).