The Loth Sculpture Prize
A new prize will be awarded this coming February for the best sculpture area at art KARLSRUHE.
The Loth Sculpture Prize is endowed with 20,000 euros in prize money and is sponsored by the L-Bank. It will be awarded for the best sculpture area as judged by an expert jury. Twenty sculpture areas, distributed among the fair’s four halls, rank among the unmistakable special features of this art fair in south-western Germany. The new prize honours both the gallery and the artist.
The upcoming art KARLSRUHE will offer sculptures by artists such as Stephan Marienfeld (Kellermann Gallery, Düsseldorf, Hall 3) and Vera Röhm (Gimpel und Müller, Paris, Hall 2), but will also offer opportunities for younger-generation sculptors to show their work to the public. Sculptural positions of the most widely diverse sorts can be expected. The spectrum ranges from figurative sculptures by Ren Rong (Art Affair, Regensburg, Hall 4), Daniel Wagenblast (Knecht und Burster, Karlsruhe, Hall 3) and others, through the classic artist Hans Scheib (Cerny und Partner, Wiesbaden, Hall 3), to new non-representational artworks such as those by Herbert Mehler (Cyprian Brenner Gallery, Hüttlingen, Hall 2), Anke Eilergerhard (Gallery Tammen & Partner, Berlin, Hall 3) or Bean Finneran (DavisKlemm Gallery, Wiesbaden, Hall 2).
ARTIMA art Forum in the dm-arena I Hall 4
23 February 2018, 5:00 p.m.