James Turrell in Lech, 2014, Foto: Maria Muxel

Lech-Zuers

The artwork expands the perception of nature in contrast with the sporty experience of the landscape.

Lech-Zuers – art and nature in harmony

With his instal­la­tion “Hori­zon Field”, the British artist Antony Gorm­ley has already shown how con­tem­po­rary art can enrich the moun­tain land­scape of the Arl­berg and the Bre­gen­z­er­wald. Out of his 100 life-size iron men, only one sculp­ture remains at the Kriegeralpe in Ober­lech. The Sky­space-Lech aims to per­ma­nent­ly com­bine mod­ern art with a nature expe­ri­ence.

As a renowned vaca­tion spot, Lech-Zürs com­mits itself to the strength­en­ing of qual­i­ty art and cul­ture. The Sky­space-Lech is an oppor­tu­ni­ty to be the light­house of this aspired path in the truest sense of the word. Due to its loca­tion in one of the most beau­ti­ful moun­tain land­scapes, the Sky­space-Lech is an inter­na­tion­al cen­ter of attrac­tion for art-inter­est­ed guests from all over the world.

more space, more time

Most of all, the installation of James Turrell belongs to Lech because it craves extensive attention. Only then the colors and the space may function and enable new experiences and viewpoints. Beyond the sporty and gastronomic range of the village, the Skyspace-Lech offers new experiences and sensitizes all senses for details, that you do not seen and feel at first glance.