Erfurt Peterskirche Forum Konkrete Kunst

On December 11 1993 Forum Konkrete Kunst found its home in the Peterskirche in Erfurt, Germany. Already in 1990 the first steps were taken. Heidi Bierwisch and other representatives of the cultural department of Erfurt. Gerhard Jürgen Blum-Kwiatkowski, who founded The Museum of Modern Art in Hünfeld Germany, developed the idea to form a collection of works by rational, reductive and constructive artists. A selected number of more than one hundred artists, representing this Apollinic approach to art, was asked to submit work to this initiative. They loaned their work and by doing so they became the curators of the museum.

Lucien den Arend presented a work from 1972: Perpendicular Cylinders II which was his first actual concrete work

Erfurt Germany and the sculpture of Lucien den Arend - his site specific sculptures ordered by the city of Erfurt

perpendicular cylinders II - 1972 - limestone - 30x30x30cm

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