I need information about a few of the pieces. What are they called? Who did them? The Pink sculpture outside. The Colorful Faces sculpture outside, the 3 bodies on the blue triangle ladder, the 6 or so red pieces that look like they are made of string, the blue "string ball". And inside the museum, the orange tube that has the paper boats at the bottom, the silver balls in the green gel, and 2 other paintings. Anyone have info on these pieces? My daughter is studying Slovakia for a school project and has recreated some of the museum. She wants to have info on what they are called. Thanks so much!!!
I will try to answer your questions, hoping I got the artworks you described right.
I will write you the name of the author, his nationality in () and the title.
Sculptures in the park:
The pink sculpture: Rotraud Klein-Moquay (FR) - Music Note Violet
The colorful faces: Billio Nic (BE) - Smiling Faces
The blue triangle ladder: Jozef Jankovič (SK) - Limited Space
8 red pieces: Xénia Hoffmeisterová (SK) - Sea Weeds
Blue string ball: Tamás Korosényi (HU) - My Mind is Running
The orange tube: it is just an installation made for that space, not an actual artwork
Silver balls in a green gel: Couuld you specify, where exactly it was? what was around it? Is it a painting/sculpture?
Greetings from Danubiana,
Thank you SO MUCH for your help. The piece with the silver balls in light green "gel" (or maybe green glass?) is a sculpture inside the museum. It is in the middle of the floor in an area with many colorful paintings on the walls around it.
Another one is a painting on black canvas hanging on a short side wall. It looks like neon blue, purple and green bubbles or fingerprints.
The last is a very tall colorful (all the colors) painting with 6 Brown curved lines going from top to bottom in shades from dark at the top to light tan at the bottom.
We have so enjoyed looking at all the works and hope to maybe see them in person someday!!
Thanks again Veronika,
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