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Gardening of Soul

The exhibition presents the work of several international artists as part of the international cooperation program.

Date :

20.04.2024 until 23.06.2024

Gardening of Soul

Dates

20 April ‒ 23 June 2024: Exhibition
Tuesday ‒ Saturday, 2 ‒ 7 pm; Sunday and holidays, 10 am ‒ 7 pm

The exhibition spaces and Café Botanika are wheelchair accessible.
The exhibition and accompanying programs are admission free.


About the exhibition

Metaphorical perspective

"Gardening of Soul" is an international research, art and exhibition program which is metaphorically understood as an activity of shaping, sharing and simultaneously using spaces and environments. The artworks shown in the final exhibition are a response to the specific conditions of certain places and the needs of local communities.

The exhibition "Gardening of Soul: In Five Chapters" includes public art projects that includes a broader social interest in marginalized areas or communities. Through the themes of gardening, care and shared social responsibility and the use of different artistic strategies, they enable a critical reflection on social exclusion and environmental threats.

International cooperation program

The works were developed in nine countries on four continents (Hong Kong, Croatia, South Africa, Iceland, Italy, Germany, Austria, Ukraine) through residency programs at the participating partner organizations, including the European Art Scholarship of the District of Upper Bavaria. During the exhibition, art talks, lectures and events for artistic encounters will be organized to demonstrate and deepen the topic for the regional public.


Opening hours

Exhibitions:

Winter (Nov-Feb)
Tue - Sat: 2 pm - 6 pm
Sun + holidays: 10 am - 7 pm

Summer (March-Oct)
Tue - Sat: 2 pm - 7 pm
Sun + holidays: 10 am - 7 pm

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Das Titelbild des Flyers über die Kunstwerke im Skulpturengarten im Außenbereich des Schafhofs - Europäisches Künstlerhaus Oberbayern zeigt die Skluptur "SpaceSheep" des ungarischen Künstlers Csongor Szigeti, ein silbernes, halb abstraktes Schaf auf einer Wiese.
Brochure about the Sculpture Garden in the outdoor area of the Center for Art
To download: PDF 10 MB