The ETH Zurich Graphic Collection owns one of the largest collections of art on paper in Switzerland. Included are works by well-known artists, as well as by newcomers. The national works as well as international works are open to the public, and there is also an online archive.
On Series, Scenes and Sequences. Intervention of huber.huber 16 August - 15 October 2017 Opening hours: Tuesday, August 15, 18:00 Intervention by huber.huber & Michael Bucher Yves Netzhammer Concave Thoughts - 357 digital drawings In times of the Netflix boom, where every aspect of modern everyday life is treated in television sequences, and any unusual environment is illuminated in the success form of the series, where cookshows, time analyzes and plays are available as a series, the serial seems almost…Find out more »
In the final exhibition during the jubilee year to mark the 150th anniversary of the Graphische Sammlung ETH Zürich, the collection is being made available to a group of students from Zurich University, who will create an exhibition and exhibition catalogue on the subject of “Drawing Lessons – From Artist’s Training to Aesthetic Education since 1500”. The historical angle, which focuses on the teaching of drawing until about 1800, is contrasted with current methods at the ETH Zürich. This will…Find out more »