The program for 2014 is closed from November 3, but the Sculpture Park is open year-round, 8am – 7pm. In the Sculpture Park you can experience the collection and including the recent acquisitions of Molly Haslund’s, Three Double Wall Bars for minimal movements – Coordination Model 6, 2014, Tadashi Kawamata’s two artworks, Tree Hut Wanås, 2014 and View Tower Wanås, 2014 and the donation Interlettre, 1984-1985 by Carl Fredrik Reuterswärd.
PROGRAM 2014 MAY 18 - NOVEMBER 2
Helene Billgren, Juan Pedro Fabra Guemberena, Molly Haslund, Carl Michael von Hausswolff, Jan Håfström, Christian Jankowski, Elna Jolom, Tadashi Kawamata, Klara Kristalova, Sigalit Landau, Martina Lowden, Carl Fredrik Reuterswärd, Skånes Dansteater, Rachel Tess, and Salla Tykkä
Sculpture and dance, metamorphosis and memento mori – New Season in the Sculpture Park at Wanås Konst, May 18–November 2, 2014
Upcoming: Performances and workshops
Skipping ropes and platforms in the tree tops, performances in the Park, Dance Me presents artists that explore movement and ask questions about how everyday life is choreographed. In a series of exhibitions and site specific works, Wanås Konst continues to explore sculpture and the relation between the artwork and the viewer. Through a donation, 12 major sculptures by Swedish neo-dada artist CF Reuterswärd are a new addition in the Sculpture Park. Susan Sontag wrote about the works, titled Interlettre, in “The Unseen Alphabet” in 1983. For the exhibition Unvergessen (Graf Spee III) Jan Håfström, Juan Pedro Fabra Guemberena and Carl Michael von Hausswolff travelled to Montevideo to follow a dark tale to the bottom of the sea.