On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the institution, the Indang Museum (Daegu Health College) dedicates a large solo exhibition in all museum rooms to the conceptual artist Ottmar Hörl, as the first German artist ever. A total of 700 works provide a cross-sectional, up-to-date insight into Hörl's multi-layered oeuvre.
The latest sculptural installation "Pallaksch, Pallaksch", running from 15th to 25th of October is dedicated to the German writer Hölderlin. After all, this year Tübingen is celebrating the 250th anniversary of this poet and thinker.
From 19 September 2020, a spontaneous, brief appearance of cheerful, colourful sculptures will be seen in Wertheim/Main, the city where "Flashmob", Ottmar Hörl's new, participatory art project is about to start.
Beethoven installation at VDNKh Park in Moscow, October 2020
Solo exhibition OTTMAR HÖRL in the Centrum voor jonge Kunst in Gent from 19.01. to 22.03.2020
Sculptural installation "Souvenir, Souvenir?!", 2019
Sculptural installation "Bertolt Brecht - per aspera ad astra"
Gottlieb Daimler sculptural installation
Exhibition: "Flow" (paintings & photo concepts), 2018
Sculptural Installation "Keltenfürst" [Celtic Prince], 2018
The installation comprising more than 150 serial sculptures will remain on show in the grounds of the Electoral Castle for five weeks, running until 23 September 2018.
At the initiative of the Ulm Museum, Ottmar Hörl has developed a project on Albert Einstein in cooperation with the City of Ulm.
Sculptural installation featuring 55 wolves at Schloss zu Hopferau to mark the 550th anniversary of the castle
Exhibition: "Second Life – 100 Arbeiter" [Second Life – 100 Labourers], Weltkulturerbe Völklinger Hütte [Völklingen Ironworks World Heritage Site]
Sculptural project "The Nuremberg Madonna" featuring 600 sculptures in Nuremberg