Museum Würth 2

Exhibition Preview Belvedere

Ugo Rondinone
solar spirit

15th Robert Jacobsen Prize by the Würth Foundation

Belvedere and Sculpture Garden of Museum Würth 2, Künzelsau

September 6, 2024 – March 23, 2025

Admission free

 

The New York-based Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone (*1964 in Brunnen, CH) receives the 15th Robert Jacobsen Prize of the Würth Foundation. In a visual alphabet of archetypes, the artist moves between sculpture, installation, abstract painting and video. His monumental groups of works repeatedly characterize public spaces, whether in urban contexts such as New York and Paris or in the Nevada desert. The Würth Collection is honoring the Würth Foundation's prizewinner with a presentation of his work in the Belvedere of Museum Würth 2 and in the sculpture garden of the Carmen Würth Forum.

sunrise. east. june, 2005, aluminium cast, concrete pedestal © Ugo Rondinone 2024; Photo: Stefan Altenburger

sunrise. east. june, 2005, aluminium cast, concrete pedestal © Ugo Rondinone 2024; Photo: Stefan Altenburger

sunrise. east. april, 2005, aluminium cast, concrete pedestal © Ugo Rondinone 2024; Photo: Stefan Altenburger

sunrise. east. april, 2005, aluminium cast, concrete pedestal © Ugo Rondinone 2024; Photo: Stefan Altenburger

sunrise. east. august, 2005, aluminium cast, concrete pedestal © Ugo Rondinone 2024; Photo: Stefan Altenburger

sunrise. east. august, 2005, aluminium cast, concrete pedestal © Ugo Rondinone 2024; Photo: Stefan Altenburger

Exhibition insight with primordial, 2016, 50 bronze fishes, in becoming soil, Carré D'Art, Nîmes, 2016 © Ugo Rondinone 2024; Photo: Stefan Altenburger

Exhibition insight with primordial, 2016, 50 bronze fishes, in becoming soil, Carré D'Art, Nîmes, 2016 © Ugo Rondinone 2024; Photo: Stefan Altenburger

autumn moon, 2011, aluminium cast, enameled, 580 x 615 x 630 cm © Ugo Rondinone 2024; Photo: Stefan Altenburger

autumn moon, 2011, aluminium cast, enameled, 580 x 615 x 630 cm © Ugo Rondinone 2024; Photo: Stefan Altenburger

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