Art and cheese sculptures are in high demand in Germany
A sculpture park in Hamburg is making a big splash with a new sculpture that depicts a goat.
Artists have been painting, decorating and even decorating sculptures made from cheese to the tune of 80,000 euros ($97,000) each, said Matthias Schreiber, head of the Hamburg Art Center.
“We are talking about cheese, but the sculpture has to represent the history of cheese as well as its production and history of cheesemaking,” Schreib said.
“It is a very complex process of creating a sculpture that is very abstract.”
He said it was also important to remember that the sculpture was a representation of history and the art has to remain true to the original meaning.
The sculpture is called “Cheese and Cheese”, after a German word for cheese.
It is the third sculpture in the museum’s collection to be made with cheese.
The first is “Piss” by the Dutch artist Piet Mondrian, and the second, “Cheeseburger” by German artist Jan-Christian Bohn, is in the collection of the German Museum of Fine Arts.
The third is also in the exhibition hall of the museum, the Schrebs said.
“The sculpture was made with all kinds of materials and we are using cheese as a symbol, as well,” Schrieb said.
It was created in October, when the museum was celebrating the 20th anniversary of the construction of the Schwerner Art Museum.
“I don’t want to give too much away.
But I can tell you that we are trying to preserve this piece as a work of art and a work that represents the museum as a whole,” Schrieber said.
The museum was founded in 1903 by the former head of a factory, Walter Schwerners, and his son, Georg, who later built the museum.
It was later purchased by the Schriebs and reopened in 2004.
“This museum is one of the few places in the world where you can have a look at the history, and that is a really important thing for people to do,” Schraeber said, adding that the museum also hosts exhibitions of the work of the renowned artist Rudolf Gottlieb.
The artwork was put on display in June.
“It’s very rare for a sculpture to be put on show for 20 years,” Schreeber said of the sculpture.
“But it is really a wonderful piece of art, because it reflects the history and it reflects us as artists.”
Artistic director of the Berlin-based Schreber art museum, Stephan Schreiter, said that the artwork is part of the new exhibition on cheese, and it is a symbol of the cultural capital of Germany, with the museum having been established in the city of Berlin in 1900.
“Cheese is a huge industry in Germany,” Schruti said.
The work is a tribute to the history that has gone on in the country, and to the artists who have created these sculptures.
Schreib also said that it is important to recognise that there are many other types of cheeses, from other regions, and even different cheeses from different parts of the world.””
Cheeze has been a big symbol of German cheese, because German cheeses are really well-known,” Schritter said.
Schreib also said that it is important to recognise that there are many other types of cheeses, from other regions, and even different cheeses from different parts of the world.
“There are many different cheesemakers who have made cheeses for centuries, but also many cheesemasters who make cheese from different sources,” Schrerib said, noting that he believes that cheese is the most popular foodstuff in the history.
“You have this great tradition of cheesecake, but there are also many other cheeses,” Schramer said.