New sculpture by Ismar Čirkinagić at Sculptures by the Sea – Denmark
The Australian concept Sculpture by the Sea developed by Founding Director, David Handley, moved to Århus in 2009 as an initiative by Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary with a great help from Jens Erik Sørensen, Director of ARoS art museum.
This year is a third edition of Sculptures by the Sea in Århus bay, showing around 60 sculptures in the area from Tangkrogen to Ballehage. The event is produced by the city of Århus in collaboration with ARoS art museum.
Ismar Cirkinagic was invited to take part in the show, by this years jury consisting of Henrik B. Andersen, sculptor and professor at Vilnius Academy of Fine Arts in Lithuania, Axel Arnott, Chief Curator v. Sculpture by the Sea Aarhus, Marie Nipper, Chief Curator at ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum, Dr. Michael Hill – Head of Art Theory & History v. National Art School in Sydney and Jesper Rasmussen, Artist and rector of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts.
Ismar Cirkinagic artwork was produced with a great help from DSG – Danish Safety Glass who sponsored the production of the glass and Ferro who sponsored the glass colour materials.
The exhibition is free to the public and can be seen from June 1 until June 30 2013 at any hour. For more information please visit http://www.sculpturebythesea.dk/en.asp