sculpture exhibitions by the Finnish | Dutch sculptor Lucien den Arend
Land art and site specific sculpture - land art uses the environment and its scale as its material. Concrete art is expressed in material itself with which the artist introduces her non-representational objective. Public art can be viewed and accessed by observers.

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EXHIBITIONS between 2020 and 20302020 - 2030 1990 - 2000
2010 - the poster of Muutos Mikkelin Taiteilijaseura  Mikkeli Museum of Art - Mikkeli, Finland2010 - 2020 1980 - 1990
exhibitions of Lucien den Arend - Baarn - trajectory for Rembrandt, three trees (oaks) - gardens of the Groeneveld Castle Netherands and the environmental sculptures of Lucien den Arend - his environmental tree sculpture on the estate of Kasteel Groeneveld in Baarn - site specific art2000 - 2010 1970 - 1980
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Exhibitions are often for showing new sculpture to the public. In the case of site specific art and public sculptures however, the art is already in the public domain. Public art is what it says, but site specific art is not by definition in the public domain - in the sense of the urban space. It can be located at more remote locations. So it is usually good to install exhibitions of documentation of site specific works of art. A sculptor making mainly commissioned art in public places should show this work to a greater public also. This can be documented public sculpture like environmental works and land art projects. But also his studies and models of sculpture can be interesting to the general public. So there is no reason to maintain that exhibiting one's art is not for every artist.

In 2006 I installed my larger works around our new home in the Finnish Lake District. It is an old estate which had been abandoned for decades until the nineties of the twentieth century. Earlier had been a fruit and vegetable farm with heated greenhouses fields and pastures. Most of the open area is now forested - and on the cleared field with remnants of the orchard, my bronze, steel and wooden sculptures are now exhibited. I named this sculpture park after the name of the estate, Penttilä - it became Penttilä Open Air Museum, POAM.

A virtual exhibition of site-specific sculture installations on the planet Mars was realized May7, 2012.

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