Dissolution of Boundaries - steel sculpture meets romanesque

Exhibition in the ERZ

From May 10th until July 10th the ERZ hosts an exibition in cooperation with the ambassador of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg in Berlin, Mr S.E. Georges Santer, who functions as the patron. The exhibition shall join contemporary steel scultupre with guest and visitors of the cathedral of Merseburg and the ERZ as well as people that are generally interested in art and history. The historical atmosphere of a cloistre may generate new perspectives and transformations - a wider context so to say - for modern sculpture itself. The works of 4 internationally established artists from Luxembourg, Belgium and Germany will be put in that context during May 10th and July 10th 2015.

Artists exhibiting:

Jeannot Bewing (1931 - 2005), Luxemburg (LU)
Patrick Ripp, Luxemburg (LU)
Nic Joosen (1933 - 2007), Lüttich (BE)
Prof. Andrea Zaumseil, Halle/Saale (DE)

site:
European Romanesque Center (Domplatz 7, D - 06217 Merseburg) and the cloistre of the cathedral in Merseburg, Germany

open:
Mo – Sa: 9 pm until 6 am; Su: 12 pm until 6 pm (entrance via cathedral's box office; entrance: 6,50 Euro, reduced: 4,50 / 3,00 Euro)

Project partners and patrons:
mediArt, Vereinigten Domstifter zu Naumburg, Merseburg und des Kollegiatstifts Zeitz, Stiftung Saalesparkasse, Kunststiftung Sachsen-Anhalt, Kloster Bergesche Stiftung as well as  the minitry of cultural affairs of Luxembuorg

program:
the accompanying program can be checked here

Jeannot Bewing: "Studie", 1988, Eisen, 31 x 50 x 15 cm

Nic Joosen: "Naissance – Etude 1", Ohne Jahr, Corten-Stahl, 18 x 15 x 15 cm

Patrick Ripp: "INOX", ohne Jahr, 24 x 24 x 24 cm

Andrea Zaumseil: "Fauces" 2010, Stahl geschweißt, zweiteilig je ca 130 x 50 x 50 cm