Projects

Projects

Art and Religion
Artists project on social significance and sacred power of art. From their own experience artists ask questions about being and becoming. They demand for the unconditional right and the obligation to review and planning our future existence.

Monument to Life
Project work in collaboration with – amongst others – the artists Michael Jansen and Astra art studios:
Creation of public sculptures, whose form, structure and presence allude to the uncertainty of life and the right to joy. In the run-up to this project, small relief multiples were made – thanks to funds made available by the Artforum Culture Foundation – which were then given to particularly committed benefactors by the German Cancer Foundation in appreciation.

Project „Remember“
A cultural history of the 80's and 90's.

Project „artists photography“
With a main focus on the work of Heinz G.Mebusch.

Ostrale
Contiibution to the third largest exhibition of contemporary art in Germany

IAM - international art moves
Contribution to the international network of art schools and academies.The concept of the iam project is to build up cooperations with international art schools and academies represent both the best talents and a qualifying element of curatorial know how.

Gulf Projects
The 2009 - 2010 started “Gulf Projects” series of projects, an Artforum Culture Foundation program in cooperation with the Goethe Institute for promoting dialogue with Islamic culture, was furthered by loans. Since a several years the Winter Foundation is supporter and partner oft he ambitious artists show „Ostrale“, with projects in Malta, Wrozlaw or Thessaloniki. Currently the Winter Foundation is supporting the "Monument to Life", a public project. Contribution to „IAM – international art moves“, the international network of art schools and academies, is also on the agenda for cooperation and support. As a matter of principle, the Winter Foundation is always open for project cooperations.

Artists support
Individual support for artists ( a.o. Heinz Zolper, Ursula Reinsch, Martin Müller)

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