the art-lodge projects are initiated by Katrin Liesenfeld-Jordan and Dirk Liesenfeld, owners of the art-lodge hotel, to support an artist-in-residency programme and to realise a sculpture park with a strong reference to the local environment. In addition, for over 10 years now, a collection of time-based art is growing constantly, which is presented in the hotel and was shown in different exhibitions. more information about the hotel project: art-lodge
Exhibitions - The art-lodge gallery is an offspace and presents new positions in a
mountain setting and provides new development opportunities for both
young and established artists, independent of art fairs and commercial
galleries. Find more information and pictures about the exhibitions in the German menu ausstellungen.
sculptures - since we got the permission to show sculptures on our land in 2010, Every Year we invite one or several
artists to create and realise an out- or indoor installation. The
sculptures and installations in the outdoor area of the art-lodge are
interventing with location-specific materials, e.g. findings and
rejected things. on one hand the sculptures represent somehow the
art-lodge and provide modern art in "touchable" way to the guests as
well as to wanderers. On the other hand the sculpture project enables
young artists to realise public sculptures and to be inspired by the
objectives concerning the material. find more information and pictures about the sculptures in the german menu Skulpturen.
The collection - it comprises of a
constantly growing number of contemporary art pieces such as paintings,
photographs, sculptures and video. the focus is set on german and
In summer 2017, the concept of the
art-lodge projects is going to be Extended curated by PhiliP Patkowitsch: the direct dialogue with the environmental
landscape and the focus on the location is the main objective. six new sculptures will be located at the enlarged sculpture pastures with a newly integrated walking path.
artists in residency - Find here the list of artists that have stayed at the art-lodge: Artists.