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The local art scene of Zurich is very experimental. The artist community in Zurich loves to explore new formats and find new temporary spaces where to organize exhibitions and other art events.

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April 2017
Free

Sketchbook Pages – Lynn Valance

6 April - 3 May
Kafi Schoffel, Schoffelgasse 7, 8001 Zürich Schweiz + Google Map

SchoffelArt presents: Sketchbook Pages and Forgotten Drawings An Exhibiton by Lynn Valance Opening hours: Thursday, 4 April 2017 (6 pm to 9 pm) Exhibition: 4 April to 3 May 2017 Curated by Mark Garside & Luke Beck More Lynn Valance facts: Facebook: Lynn Valance Illustrations Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lynnvalance_illustration/ Website: http://www.lynn-valance.ch/ Schöffel Art is proud to present Lynn Valance's "Sketchbook Pages and Forgotten Drawings" exhibition for the month of April. Lynn grew up in the Zurich district. Her father graphic designer and…

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Exhibition ‘incorporate’ — Maia Hänny

12 April - 28 April
KunstRaum R57, Röschibachstrasse 57, 8037 Zürich Schweiz + Google Map

Vernissage Wednesday 12 April 17-21 clock opening hours Wednesday - Friday 5 - 7 pm, Saturday 2 - 5 pm Finissage Friday, April 28 - 8 pm The artist is present at the vernissage and on Friday in the exhibition. To eat - the most natural process in the world? The basic human need forces us to introduce something foreign into our own body and transform it. Eating is vital, but it also has something menacing: our body opens, becomes vulnerable,…

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May 2017
Free

HIDDEN FACES

19 May - 15 June
Art Container, Park Pfingstweid, 8005 Zürich Schweiz + Google Map

Eventdauer: 19.05.2017 - 15.06.2017 By Michele D'Ariano Simionato and Andy Storchenegger HIDDEN FACES works with an original Swiss theme, with centuries-old customs, and at the same time can be applied intensively to the foreign people who are seeking asylum here. We tell this man about ourselves, of our peculiarity as a Swiss, and then leave them free to design: their mask, on which they can also stick their story, if they so wish. A playful way of dealing with tradition…

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