The sculptures of Norwegian artist Gustav Vigeland (1869-1843) has always inspired Yulia Horst. She often visits the Vigeland Park, thinking about his art and how he made the sculptures. To Horst Vigeland is an artist that captures the core of what it means to be human. She admires how he manages to visualize the essence of life’s most profound forces.
As a part of Frognerparken (Oslo, Norway) Vigeland is honoured with his own park of 214 sculptures, in addition to wrought iron gates, sculptured bridges, terraces’ and a huge fountain. The park is loved, both by locals and tourists, especially his iconic little angry boy and the Monolith. It is from Vigeland´s sculptures Horst has found inspiration to her Homage a Vigeland-series of prints.Read More