Swiss graphic art has a tradition and enjoys its reputation worldwide. The Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) has a large collection of graphic prints and art on paper from national and international artists. This collection is publicly accessible in exhibitions and can partly be accessed online.
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 »
What is happiness, who can find it, and what can we do for our personal luck? New York-based graphic designer and typographer Stefan Sagmeister has intensively investigated these big questions. “The Happy Show” presents the results of his personal research into happiness. Highly emotional information graphics, video documents of his individual experiments, or installations that visitors can participate in: the Austrian designer’s sensual image worlds encourage the public to increase their own feeling of happiness. With handwritten comments left on…Find out more »