In the summer of 2019, the Kunstsalon presents large-format sculptures by the Austrian sculptor Hans Kupelwieser (* 1948) in the former formal garden Hof Dietrichsruh of the prince-archbishop’s residence. As a student of Bazon Brock and Peter Weibel, he spent his life experimenting with materials, alienating them and working with the random moment. His works contrast the historical architecture of the Renaissance court. Kupelwieser’s works have been represented in numerous international exhibitions since the 1980s.
The summer 2019 Kunstsalon presents large-scale sculptures by Austrian sculptor Hans Kupelwieser (b.1948), in the former Hof Dietrichsruh formal garden of the archiepiscopal residence. A pupil of Bazon Brock and Peter Weibel, Kupelwieser has always experimented with materials, defamiliarising them and working with the element of chance. Here, the works was in contrast with the historic archi- tecture of the Renaissance court. His work has been represented in many international exhibitions since the 1980s.