An exhibition in the Zandvoorts Museum with sculptural art of a high standard.
The participating artists all have an impressive exhibition list and national fame: Pim Palsgraaf, Marjolijn Mandersloot, Betty Disco and Miriam van der Linden, Paul de Reus, Herman Lamers, Midas Zwaan, Rob Chevallier, Ralph Lambertz and Marlene Sjerps.
The thread running through the sculpture exhibition is the changing world and the influence of mankind. In the art objects, the viewer sees a seemingly carefree past and current social problems such as climate change, nature conservation and (over)consumption. One of the artists, Pim Palsgraaf, is inspired by decay and irregularities in the city. His work is the result of an ever deeper investigation into the erosion of the city and the friction between nature and urbanity. Empty spaces - old corridors and ceilings on the verge of collapse, where nature takes its course - feed his fascination for this process.
In the museum gallery upstairs, we present an overview of all the sculptures of the outdoor sculpture route and their creators.
Zandvoorts Museum is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 11.00-17.00.
Swaluestraat 1 2042 JH Zandvoort