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Trauriger Fernblick

Sad Distant View

Jörg Florenz
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Rees /  Trauriger Fernblick   Rees /  Trauriger Fernblick

Description

Wooden sculpture of a man with a box over his head. It belongs to Milano's series of Pongelz, the word used for people "off track" in the dialect of the Lower Rhine.

Information Sign

Jörg Florenz

„Trauriger Fernblickʺ

Eiche

Skulpturenpark Rees

In July 2003, the Rees Sculpture Park was opened as part of a cross-border project with the Dutch municipality of Sint Anthonis. Until 2011, the art objects by German and Dutch artists were shown for an exhibition period of two years. Since 2011, an exhibition phase has lasted three years. After each exhibition phase, objects were/are purchased by the Koenraad Bosman Foundation and repositioned outside the sculpture park. You will therefore find many other art objects both in the villages in the Rees municipality and in the historic city center, especially on the Rhine promenade, at the Froschteich and in the Stadtgarten.
The Park with an area of around 5,500 square meters is located in the immediate vicinity of the Municipal Museum Koenraad Bosman.

Rees - Skulpturenpark

On 28 July 2022 we photographed the following sculptures belong to the 7th series of sculptures from 2020:

From the former editions (usually recognizable for the information signs) we photographed the following:
Stadtgarten:

Froschteig: Villages in Rees municipality:

Sculptor

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Locatie (N 51°45'34" - E 6°24'1") (Satellite view: Google Maps)

Item Code: denw841; Photograph: 28 July 2022
Of each statue we made photos from various angles and also detail photos of the various texts.
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