We define historical art as art, which is more than 100 years old. You will also find exhibitions of 20th century avant garde in this category.
In the desert of southern Peru, one of the greatest archeology puzzles awaits its decryption: the giant soil drawings of the Nasca culture (about 200 BC - 650 AD). In the Museum Rietberg Zurich is probably the most extensive exhibition ever to be seen in Europe on the equally mysterious and fascinating Nasca culture. "NASCA. PERU - Looking for traces in the desert », the visitors hijacked the south of the Andean state, where the Nasca culture (about 200 BC…Find out more »
Using archaeological, ethnographic and cartographic methods, Tiffany Chung examines changes caused by war, human destruction, or natural catastrophes. Their deceptively beautiful maps and accumulations of finds unleash the experiences that extend under destroyed topographies like Saigon or Aleppo. (What can not be reconstructed in reality can bring art to light).Find out more »