SCULPTURE PARK

The Sculpture Park Basel / Weil am Rhein is continuously growing. On this page, we introduce you to the sculptures in detail.
 

The first sculpture in the “Skulpturenpark Basel / Weil am Rhein” (Sculpture Park Basel / Weil am Rhein) is the fountain sculpture “Bardo” in the fountain in front of the hotel entrance. The sculpture consist of two steel steles that are mounted parallel in a distance of 25 cm. On the front of the first stele, a head is mounted at a height of 1.7 m, while the back of the second stele features a pair of feet. Between the two steles water fountains are bubbling.
 
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The sculpture “Unexpected” by the artist Tilo Tscheulin was inspired by a trip to Cambodia in 2010. Temples there are often decorated with huge heads of deities.
 
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The third sculpture of artist Armin Brombacher in the sculpture park is called “Auge”.
 
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The sculpture “Die leise Himmel” by Volker Scheurer was created in 2012.
 
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The sculpture “Menschenfresserjägerin” by Volker Scheurer was created in 2013.
 
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The sculpture “Schlange” is the second work of Armin Brombacher in the caratart sculpture park in Weil am Rhein.
 
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