Wolfgang Gramm (*1952 in Lübeck, Germany) is a painter, sculptor and curator. Education in various business and artistic fields. 1985–1996 Curator at the Jewish Museum Rendsburg, Germany. 1990 Start of the project "Art in Factory". 1998 established the concept of the international art exhibition NordArt, Chief Curator since then. Since 1999 Managing Director of the "Kunstwerk Carlshütte" in Büdelsdorf. 2003 Founding member of the Free Academy of Arts in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. Since 2011 Artistic advisor of the China Sculpture Institute. Curator of various international exhibition projects. Numerous exhibitions in Europa and Asia. Symposia: Ordos, Tongling, Taizhou und Changchun in China. Works in public and private collections in Germany and abroad.
Wolfgang Gramm’s sculpture "Gate" is part of his „Druid Stones“ series and is a landmark for the city of Büdelsdorf. The sculpture is placed on the traffic island in the city entrance and welcomes visitors who approach the city from the highway. Four tapered blocks from Anroechter green stone stand upright together, with narrow gaps. In the middle a halved granite boulder with a smoothly polished underside almost seems to float. The monumental sculpture is reminiscent of the millennium-old culture and tradition of the megalithic tombs.