Press Release


The Salzburg Foundation is mounting a double exhibition, featuring one of the most highly acclaimed European sculptors of the present day. Commencing on Whit Sunday, the show presents works by David Nash simultaneously on the Krauthügel and in the Collegiate Church.

3. Juni 2017 | 10.30 Uhr
Krauthügel Art Project 2017

Krauthügel, Hans-Sedlmayr-Weg, Salzburg
Duration of exhibition: June 4 to September 30, 2017

3. Juni 2017 | 12.30 Uhr
Art and Church Project 2017

Collegiate Church, Universitätsplatz, Salzburg
Duration of exhibition: June 4 to July 2, 2017

Press Realease (PDF)

Second Krauthügel Art Project

Zhang Huan – My Temple

The Krauthügel, a 80,000 square meter meadow area below the fortress Hohensalzburg, will not only be an artistic area for the public but also a spiritual place: Zhang Huan will built a temple on these grounds for which he will use historical components from a 17th century Ming Dynasty temple.

Press Realease Salzburg Krauthügel Project 2015 (PDF)


Tenth Salzburg Art Project

Brigitte Kowanz / Manfred Wakolbinger / Erwin Wurm

On October 1, 2011, the 10th and final Salzburg Art Project will be unveiled to the public. In a homage to the host country, three internationally-acclaimed artists from Austria have been invited to participate: Brigitte Kowanz, Manfred Wakolbinger and Erwin Wurm. Adopting radically different artistic positions, the trio will create autonomous works, which, however, in juxtaposition generate a mutual tension.

Press Release Salzburg Art Project 2011 (PDF)