Austrian Sculpture Park


More than 70 sculptures in a dialogue with the landscape architecture, with works by Herbert Boeckl, Erwin Wurm, Michael Schuster, Yoko Ono, Giuseppe Unicini and more ...

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Winter break


Austrian Sculpture Park is closed until 31st March 2020. 

"Sculpture of the Week"

Christoph Lissy, Figure with enclosed stone elements 1988


The sculpture reflects in an individual manner the art development of the late 1980s, a period in which both a new reference to the object and space was looked for and found

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"Sculpture of the Week"

Ingeborg Strobl, Untitled, 1989/90


Gravestones constitute a particular kind of outdoor sculpture, and some art historians go as far as thinking that the gravestone – a stone set up to mark a certain location – was in fact the first work of art; the first picture.

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"Sculpture of the Week"

Carmen Perrin, Untitled, 1990


A three-dimensional body cannot only be defined via volumes and spatial delineations, but also via the texture that supports and structures it from the inside. 

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"Sculpture of the Week"

Tom Carr, Open, 1991


Tom Carr’s Open is a huge assembly of two identical structures of steel pipes materially representing the passage of an individual, of light, and of air, into transparency.

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"Sculpture of the Week"

Christa Sommerer, Phyllologia, 1991


The sculpture shows a kind of dividing screen with three large leafsilhouettes which have been punched out.

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Getting here


We are looking forward to your visit!

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Plan & overview


Get an overview of the park and its sculptures!

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History of Austrian Sculpture Park


Emil Breisach sustained the notion that contemporary sculptures and viewers need to be granted a lieu of inter-action in public space and not only in museums.

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