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The well-known art museums in Zurich are: Graphic collection ETH, Johann Jacobs Museum, Kunsthalle Zurich, Kunsthaus Zürich, Migros Museum, MuDA, Museum of Design, Musée Visionnaire.

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May 2017
16CHF

JÜRG STÄUBLE

31 May - 3 September
Museum Haus Konstruktiv, Selnaustrasse 25, 8001 Zürich Schweiz + Google Map

Das Museum Haus Konstruktiv würdigt das rund 50-jährige, im Umfeld von Minimal Art, Land Art und Konzeptkunst verortete Schaffen des Schweizer Künstlers Jürg Stäuble (geb. 1948, lebt und arbeitet in Basel) mit einer umfangreichen, retrospektiv angelegten Einzelausstellung.

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June 2017

Pentecostal tour: Tomás Saraceno / Jürg Stäuble

4 June
Museum Haus Konstruktiv, Selnaustrasse 25, 8001 Zürich Schweiz + Google Map

For each exhibition block, the Museum Haus Konstruktiv offers regular public guided tours: the public discovers the diverse world of ideas of the artists, receives background information on the current exhibitions and can look at modern and contemporary art. The guided tour is included in the museum entrance iCHF 16/12. We are looking forward to your visit.

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Last public tour to the exhibition Insider-Outsider

4 June
Musée Visionnaire, Predigerpl. 10, 8001 Zürich Schweiz + Google Map

What is outsider art? What is Art Brood? What naive art? The new exhibition at the Musée Visionnaire will address these questions. More than 100 works will be shown, which could not be more different. They illustrate how much the charm of this art lies in the versatility of artist biographies, expression and form. Individuality comes before mass. Driving force is the inner creative impulse - beyond artistic ambitions. We show works by: Paul AMAR, André BAUCHANT, Ulrich BLEIKER, Camille…

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Demonstration: From the hand puppet to the Javanese group

7 June
Museum für Gestaltung Zürich, Pfingstweidstrasse 96, Zürich, 8005 Switzerland + Google Map

Demonstration of different puppet types with Hana Ribi, theater researcher. Included in the price, no registration required

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Counter Space Beton-Inkubator at Museum Haus Konstruktiv

7 June - 27 August
Museum Haus Konstruktiv, Selnaustrasse 25, 8001 Zürich Schweiz + Google Map

Opening: June 7, 6pm June 8 – August 27, 2017 Counter Space: Stich & Oswald are the invited guests of Museum Haus Konstruktiv. The Beton-Incubator is a hypothesis, a working model, a walk-in monument and a materialised utopia. It is formed from the question: What could be (a) space in the 21st century? What lies in between the wastelands, gaps, voids of a city and an architect’s plan that always aims for eternity? What would be an eternal interim use?…

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Family workshop: Isis und Osiris

10 June
Museum Rietberg Zürich, Gablerstrasse 15, Zürich, 8002 Switzerland + Google Map

What underwater explorers had harbored and restored from the depths of the sea off the coast of Egypt had been lost for centuries. Today the objects tell us the myth about the deities of Isis and Osiris. The ceremonies in honor of the dead Osiris returned to life play an important role. After the exhibition visit, the participants create their own underwater world with hidden treasure in the studio. For children from 5 years. Meeting point: Emerald CHF 10 /…

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60CHF

DIY Bit Badge Workshop

11 June
MuDa, Pfingstweidstrasse 101, 8005 Zürich Schweiz + Google Map

DIY Bit Badge Workshop Sunday 2nd April 2 - 5.30pm Ages 8 - 101+ (Kids and Adults Welcome) Pixels, pixels everywhere - pixels, pixels you can wear (and make in this super cool workshop)! Pixels make up all the wonderful digital things we see all around us! Our DIY Bit Badge Workshop teaches you how to build your own super cool pixel badge that glows with your creation. Any subject of your wildest dreams (even robot faces) that light up…

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Guided tour: Tomás Saraceno / Jürg Stäuble

11 June
Museum Haus Konstruktiv, Selnaustrasse 25, 8001 Zürich Schweiz + Google Map

For each exhibition block, the Museum Haus Konstruktiv offers regular public guided tours: the public discovers the diverse world of ideas of the artists, receives background information on the current exhibitions and can look at modern and contemporary art. The guided tour is included in the museum entrance CHF 16/12. We are looking forward to your visit.

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Aperomix – MuDA Zurich

13 June
MuDa, Pfingstweidstrasse 101, 8005 Zürich Schweiz + Google Map

Museomix CH starts with a new format in Zurich: MuseomixKids! In cooperation with MuDA, this will take place for the first time in Switzerland. Children are mixing up the museum and in the autumn holidays 2017 they can let their creativity free in the museum in 4 days under professional supervision. The first information event for all interested parties will take place on 13 June 2017 at the MuDA in Zurich in the form of an aperitif. Free drinks and…

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Panel discussion: From village to world city: the brand St. Moritz

14 June
Museum für Gestaltung Zürich, Pfingstweidstrasse 96, Zürich, 8005 Switzerland + Google Map

With Cordula Seger, cultural scientist, Dr. Hans Peter Danuser von Platen, former curatorship director of St. Moritz, now strategy consultant, author and columnist

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Moreno Tuttobene

17 June - 8 July
Die blaue Ampel, Stauffacherstrasse 119, Zürich Schweiz + Google Map

In occasion of the TAG der Zürcher/innen 2017, Die blaue Ampel, Cento Passi and MigrationsMuseum Zürich will celebrate creativity and migration with an exhibition from Moreno Tuttobene. With irony and meticoulos designs, Tuttobene shows us new possibilities of interpretation and develops tools to make us rethink about environment and history. Die blaue Ampel Stauffacherstrasse 119 8004 Zürich Opening times Tues-Fri 12 - 18h

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Guided Tour «Facetious Ideals»

18 June
Museum Rietberg Zürich, Gablerstrasse 15, Zürich, 8002 Switzerland + Google Map

! Tour held in German language ! The exhibition at the Park-Villa Rieter shows around 60 miniatures on the subject of «Women in Indian Painting». On display are works from 15-19. From different workshops from the foot of the Himalayas to the Dekkan. With great attention to detail, the painters adorned their wives, wrapped them in magnificent robes, and gave them delicate facial features. They do not come from real life, but represent beauty ideals and dream pictures. At the…

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Metas: Adam Donovan

21 June
MuDa, Pfingstweidstrasse 101, 8005 Zürich Schweiz + Google Map

Adam Donovan’s work combines the highly specialised field of scientific acoustics that incorporates Nonlinear Acoustics, robotic sculpture, Game Engine Environments and camera tracking. In his talk at the MuDA, Adam – whose levitation project is currently on show as part of the Gramazio Kohler exhibition – will give insights into his process, his personal attachment to machines and the intangible aspects of physics we experience every day. Technology such as a parametric speaker and a hand held levitation hemisphere will…

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CHF23

Action!

23 June - 30 July
Kunsthaus, Heimplatz 1, 8001 Zürich Schweiz + Google Map

After the heyday of happenings and art actions in the 1960s and 1970s, a young generation of artists is revisiting the medium of performance and expressing an interest in ephemeral and processoriented forms of art. ‘Action!’ examines this phenomenon and transforms the large exhibition gallery of the Kunsthaus into an action space with live performances, works in which visitors themselves become actors, and restagings of iconic historical performances. The focus of the exhibition is very much on the live element:…

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Trisha Brown Dance Company

23 June
Kunsthaus Zürich, Heimplatz 1, Zürich, 8001 Switzerland + Google Map

The deceased recently American dancer and choreographer Trisha Brown (1936-2017) is one of the most important representatives of postmodern dance. She founded the Trisha Brown Dance Company (TBDC) in 1970, which now presents three early pieces in the context of the exhibition: Leaning Duets, 1970 Group Primary Accumulation, 1973 Locus, 1975 Book here: http://action.kunsthaus.ch

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Rimini Protokoll: Top Secret International (Staat 1)

24 June - 29 June
Kunsthaus Zürich, Heimplatz 1, Zürich, 8001 Switzerland + Google Map

!The play is held in German TOP SECRET INTERNATIONAL (STATE 1) Of Rimini Protocol (Haug / Kaegi / Wetzel) Part of the exhibition "Action!" At the Kunsthaus Zürich   In times of global surveillance scandals, alleged no-spy agreements and whistle-blower affairs, Rimini Protocol is entering the global network of state secrets and secret services - the state in the state - in the first part of the tetralogy "State 1-4". In the collection of the Kunsthaus Zürich, the public -…

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Performance: summit storm

25 June
Museum für Gestaltung Zürich, Pfingstweidstrasse 96, Zürich, 8005 Switzerland + Google Map

An improvisational theater in the exhibition With Simone Schwegler and Sven Stickling, actor The actors go on a hike through the mountains and valleys of the Swiss tourism world. They interact with the audience as well as with the exhibition space and are inspired by the poster subjects. At 1:30 pm and 3:30 pm.

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160CHF

DIY Levitation Workshop

25 June
MuDa, Pfingstweidstrasse 101, 8005 Zürich Schweiz + Google Map

I beleive I can fly … or join a workshop that dives into the most fascinating world of levitation! Our DIY Levitation workshop is an introduction into using sound to levitate objects whilst learning the basics of testing phase alignment of ultrasonic waveforms using an oscilloscope. Artist Adam Donovan will lead the way into learning about levitation with a focus on how to generate phase locked signals on the Arduino nano, soldering and programming (pc arduino) your device. Workshop participants…

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Exhibition talk: tourism poster yesterday and today

28 June
Museum für Gestaltung Zürich, Pfingstweidstrasse 96, Zürich, 8005 Switzerland + Google Map

!Talk is in German With Erich Brechbühl, graphic artist, Melk Imboden, graphic artist and photographer, as well as Bettina Richter

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Tracey Rose: Art Thou Not Fair: KniggerKhaffirKhoon aka ‘KKK’

28 June
Kunsthaus Zürich, Heimplatz 1, Zürich, 8001 Switzerland + Google Map

Tracey Rose (* 1974) reflects in her work cultural, economic and political differences and inequalities of our time. She is particularly interested in her home country of South Africa and the role and history of the (African) woman. Art Thou Not Fair: KniggerKhaffirKhoon, aka 'KKK' deals with questions of racism, slave trade and the postcolonial heritage, as well as the representation of African Americans, Africans and particularly South Africans. The three actresses are inspired by Steve McQueen's 12 Years a…

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Allan Kaprow / San Keller Yard – From zero to one hundred

29 June - 27 July
Kunsthaus Zürich, Heimplatz 1, Zürich, 8001 Switzerland + Google Map

San Keller stages a reinterpretation of Allan Kaprow's factory yard from 1961: The visitors enter an empty training room with mirror wall, ballet bar and 48 car tires in a rack. It is up to them how to contact the tires. Every week a dancer offers a training with the tires for the visitors. Visitors should leave the training room as they found it. Further data: June 29th: 18.30-19.45 hrs 6/13/20/27 July: 10.15 - 11.30 hrs Information: http://action.kunsthaus.ch

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Alexandra Pirici: Signals

30 June - 30 July
Kunsthaus Zürich, Heimplatz 1, Zürich, 8001 Switzerland + Google Map

Filter bubbles and algorithms characterize today the information flow. What social and electronic mechanisms make it possible for information to be transmitted virally around the world, for example, a recording of holidaymakers who meet refugees on the beach? Alexandra Pirici examines these questions and gives visitors the opportunity to select the 30 most relevant stories from a selection of stories and images. The algorithms and scoring systems normally used by the big search engines turn Pirici upside down. Five performers…

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Adelita Husni Bey: Action für Sands Brigade

30 June
Zürich, 8001 Zürich Schweiz + Google Map

A mountain of sandbags in the middle of the city. What happened? An assassination attempt? A natural catastrophe? Suddenly, people run into the square, form a human chain, and begin to throw the sandbags and build a wall at a gigantic speed. It seems as if a sudden emergency had come and the city had to be saved from a catastrophe. But then comes a second group, which deconstructs the newly constructed wall. Thus, an absurd Sisyphus choreography emerges which…

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July 2017

Tanabata «Starfestival»

1 July
Museum Rietberg Zürich, Gablerstrasse 15, Zürich, 8002 Switzerland + Google Map

Tanabata, the "Starfestival", is celebrated in Japan on July 7th. The festival has its origin in an old love story, in which a pair of lovers is separated by the Milchstrasse. Children and adults write a wish on a piece of paper. Attached to bamboo branches, it is to be fulfilled. The following 5 stations are offered at the festival: Japanese tea ceremony, crafting a bamboo toy, Yo Yo (water balloon) game, writing the wish list and the Tanabata story…

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30CHF

Indian Concert

2 July
Museum Rietberg Zürich, Gablerstrasse 15, Zürich, 8002 Switzerland + Google Map

The virtuosic singer Mitali Banerjee Bhawmik is regarded as an expert in classical Hindu music. Already at an early age she completed her vocal training and expanded her style with the teaching of the famous violinist Pandit V. G. Jog. The art of uniting different Gharanas together brings forth the brilliance of their knowledge learned by V.G. Jog. Far above the borders of India the singer appears in Asia, the USA and Europe and is now to be heard for…

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Rimini Protokoll: Top Secret International (Staat 1)

2 July - 30 July
Kunsthaus Zürich, Heimplatz 1, Zürich, 8001 Switzerland + Google Map

In times of global surveillance scandals, alleged no-spy agreements and whistle-blower affairs, the audience in Rimini's interactive section, Top Secret International (State 1), enters the global network of state secrets and secret services - the state in the state. In the collection of the Kunsthaus Zürich, the participants - not to be distinguished from other visitors - are themselves an unobtrusive observer and secret agent. Duration: 1h 45 min. Information and reservation: http://action.kunsthaus.ch

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Tracey Rose: Art Thou Not Fair: KniggerKhaffirKhoon aka ‘KKK’

2 July - 30 July
Kunsthaus Zürich, Heimplatz 1, Zürich, 8001 Switzerland + Google Map

Tracey Rose (* 1974) reflects in her work cultural, economic and political differences and inequalities of our time. She is particularly interested in her home country of South Africa and the role and history of the (African) woman. Art Thou Not Fair: KniggerKhaffirKhoon, aka 'KKK' deals with questions of racism, slave trade and the postcolonial heritage, as well as the representation of African Americans, Africans and particularly South Africans. The three actresses are inspired by Steve McQueen's 12 Years a…

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CHF12

Victor Carrasco

7 July - 13 August
Museum für Gestaltung, Pfingstweidstrasse 96, 8005 Zürich Schweiz + Google Map

In the entrance hall of the Toni-Areal a 140 m2 wall is reserved for Museum's presentations. Since 1881, the traditional Swiss firm Ruckstuhl has been producing high-quality carpets made from natural fibers. The Spanish designer Victor Carrasco presents a project that achieves a balance between colorfulness, texture, and proportion. +info

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Katema (avant-première) !

8 July - 9 July
Kunsthaus Zürich, Heimplatz 1, Zürich, 8001 Switzerland + Google Map

Lucinda Childs presented Katema (1978) 39 years ago in the auditorium of the Kunsthaus Zürich. Now her niece Ruth Childs is re-staging the piece at the very same location. A unique opportunity! Sat, 8 July, following the performance: discussion in English with Ruth Childs, Ty Boomershine and Mirjam Varadinis. Places Limited! Booking and valid exhibition ticket requested. Please collect your tickets from the Kunsthaus cash desk on the day, no later than half an hour before the performance begins. Katema,…

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16CHF

Guided tour in English: Tomás Saraceno / Jürg Stäuble

9 July
Museum Haus Konstruktiv, Selnaustrasse 25, 8001 Zürich Schweiz + Google Map

Museum Haus Konstruktiv offers conducted public guided tours through the current exhibitions. The members of the public discover the artists’ diverse world of ideas, and receive a great deal of fascinating background information. We are looking forward to welcoming you. Included into the museum admission (CHF 16/12).

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Lucinda / Ruth Childs: Katema, 1978/2017

9 July
Kunsthaus Zürich, Heimplatz 1, Zürich, 8001 Switzerland + Google Map

Lucinda Childs showed Katema (1978) 39 years ago in the lecture room of the Kunsthaus Zürich. Now her niece, Ruth Childs, returns the play at exactly the same place as at that time. A unique opportunity! After the performance: Talk in English with Ruth Childs, Ty Boomershine and Mirjam Varadinis. The number of seats is limited. Reservation and valid exhibition embroidery required. Information: http://action.kunsthaus.ch

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Metas: Matthias Dörfelt (Mokafolio)

12 July
MuDa, Pfingstweidstrasse 101, 8005 Zürich Schweiz + Google Map

Matthias Dörfelt is a Los Angeles-based artist who mainly works in software producing artifacts ranging from drawings, prints, animation, videos and interactive installations to robotics. He even made a robot that was determined to reproduce! In his talk at the MuDA, we will get to explore his belief in computation as an expressive, playful and humorous tool alongside his inspiring work infusing technology with flaws, naivety and weirdness. http://muda.co/stream/matthiasdorfelt.php

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20CHF

Conditional Drawing Workshop

13 July
MuDa, Pfingstweidstrasse 101, 8005 Zürich Schweiz + Google Map

Conditional Drawing Workshop Thursday 13 July 12 - 2pm Ages 15+ Love drawing, rules and creativity? Our Conditional Drawing Workshop plays with chance, frameworks and generative systems and is a 'play' method that provides possibilities for every creative person. Conditonal Drawing explores instruction based art creation through the lens of drawing. In this playful hands-on workshop, participants experience how complexity can emerge from simple rules. How can we express something visually complex as a set of Fluxus like drawing instructions…

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Koki Tanaka: Precarious Tasks #9: 24hrs Gathering

15 July - 16 July
Kunsthaus Zürich, Heimplatz 1, Zürich, 8001 Switzerland + Google Map

What happens when you suddenly find yourself stuck in a place because of a catastrophe? After the earthquake in Fukushima, many people have done so. The Japanese artist Koki Tanaka stages this situation and invites to a 24-hour gathering, reflecting on community, solidarity, everyday actions and rituals, but also drinking tea or watching movies together. The number of seats is limited. Reservation and valid exhibition embroidery required. Information and reservation: http://action.kunsthaus.ch/de/event/precarious-tasksv/2017-07-15

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Gramazio Kohler Finissage + Rock Print Talk

16 July
MuDa, Pfingstweidstrasse 101, 8005 Zürich Schweiz + Google Map

Join us on Sunday 16th July to say good-bye to the ever inspiring exhibition of architectural duo Gramazio Kohler! At 2pm Andreas Thoma (project lead exhibition) and Petrus Aejmelaeus-Lindström (project lead research) from Gramazio Kohler Research will give a talk about their awesome work Rock Print - that challenges and expands the scope of 3D printing to an architectural scale by introducing robotic fabrication and the use of inexpensive, reconfigurable bulk construction materials. They will even make a small mini-version…

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Ahmet Öğüt: Unconditional Basic Income Lounge

20 July
Kunsthaus Zürich, Heimplatz 1, Zürich, 8001 Switzerland + Google Map

In June 2016, Switzerland was the first country in the world to have a right to an unconditional Basic Income (BGE) for all citizens of the country to be enshrined in the Constitution. According to the proposal, all adult residents should receive a basic income of 2'500 Swiss francs and all children about a quarter of the sum. The initiative was rejected, but found a proud 23% advocates. In view of the increasingly automated work processes that are determined by…

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Ahmet Öğüt: Unconditional Basic Income Lounge

22 July
Kunsthaus Zürich, Heimplatz 1, Zürich, 8001 Switzerland + Google Map

«CYL (CREATE YOUR LIFE) WORKSHOP» 2-day workshop with Greta Seeger in the lounge in the exhibition hall Workshop with Greta Seeger Duration: Sat, July 22, 11: 00-17: 00 / Sun, 23 July, 11: 00-16: 00 Language: In English or German (depending on the participant) The number of seats is limited. Reservation and valid exhibition embroidery required: http://action.kunsthaus.ch/de/event/unconditional-basic-income-lounge-3/2017-07-22

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August 2017

There is no more land, there is only sand

20 August
Johann Jacobs Museum, Seefeldquai 17, 8034 Zürich Schweiz + Google Map

Lecture by Milica Topalovic The process of Singapore’s transformation from a backwater colonial port, predominantly rural, to the new nation of industrial middle class housed in public high rises, was dubbed a “territorial revolution” with many layers: the social, political and economic dimensions of the national territory have been sculpted by the hand of the state, using topography as the main medium. Singapore also shows that construction of urban land usually doesn’t come without a (vast) hinterland. The city-state is…

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Comic-Strip by Serpentina Hagner

24 August
Musée Visionnaire, Predigerpl. 10, 8001 Zürich Schweiz + Google Map

Serpentina Hagner drew the adventurous life story of Father Emil Medardus Hagner. A story full of wit, tragedy and cunning. They have opted for the transitories that were in the first years of the 20th century. One of the main characters of this biography, Emil Hagner's grandmother Pauline, fascinates with her unrivaled temperament, her energy and her perversity with which she fights a rich industrialist. Serpentina Hagner, * 1956, lives in Zurich and has been drawing comics since 1993 as…

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CHF23

Cantastorie

25 August - 8 October
Kunsthaus, Heimplatz 1, 8001 Zürich Schweiz + Google Map

The precious ‘Cantastorie’, a fascinating and unknown accumulation of images and image cycles, were handed down from one generation to the next in two families of minstrels and puppeteers from Naples and Foggia who used them to place great cultural issues literally before an audience. In a way they were the first comics, full of beautiful princesses, valiant knights, chaotic battles, gruesome tales and voracious monsters. Some 100 magnificently colourful masterpieces of folk art created in the first decades of…

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September 2017
CHF12

Highlights ZHdK

2 September - 21 September
Museum für Gestaltung, Pfingstweidstrasse 96, 8005 Zürich Schweiz + Google Map

The museum is contributing an exhibition featuring design work and visual art to the general ZHdK Highlights program of concerts, performances, and presentations. +info

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25CHF

The long night of museums

2 September
Zürich, 8001 Zürich Schweiz + Google Map

On Saturday 2 September 2017, 46 Zurich museums invite you to the night's discovery journey and look forward to your visit. In the Long Night of the Zurich Museums, the approach routes should be short. The VBZ Züri line supports good ideas and contributes to the fact that you can enjoy the culture in our city comfortably and without any circumstances. Day and night. Good ride. Combiticket The combined ticket costs CHF 25.- (no single tickets or reductions). Children under…

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Lecture: The Amazons of stage design

6 September
Museum für Gestaltung Zürich, Pfingstweidstrasse 96, Zürich, 8005 Switzerland + Google Map

Alexandra Exter and the female Russian theater art of the avant-garde Lecture with Tatiana Arquint, art historian Included in the price, no registration required

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Full moon tea ceremony

6 September
Museum Rietberg Zürich, Gablerstrasse 15, Zürich, 8002 Switzerland + Google Map

In Japan the autumn full moon is called the most beautiful moon in the whole year. Already a thousand years ago this full moon night at the imperial court was celebrated with music, poems and a tea ceremony. With teamaster Soyu Mukai Read more: bit.ly/2w9MXEy

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Origins of Samba

7 September
Johann Jacobs Museum, Seefeldquai 17, 8034 Zürich Schweiz + Google Map

Raimundo dos Santos Concert Musician, composer and painter Raimundo dos Santos (b. 1971), called Bida, lives and works in his hometown Salvador da Bahia. His broad repertoire includes not only the musical tradition from the time of slavery and the plantation economy, but modern Brazilian dance and pop music as well. Besides Samba de Roda, Xote and Afoxé music, his compositions are based on elements of reggae, blues and funk. Many of his songs have been recorded by influential groups…

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Werkschau 2017 – Contributions to visual arts

20 September - 1 October
Museum Haus Konstruktiv, Selnaustrasse 25, 8001 Zürich Schweiz + Google Map

An exhibition by the Center for Culture, Canton Zurich Further information: http://bit.ly/2fIpd3K

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“Othello” – Kathakali meets Shakespeare

23 September
Museum Rietberg Zürich, Gablerstrasse 15, Zürich, 8002 Switzerland + Google Map

Sadanam Balakrishnan, one of the probably most important contemporary masters of this ancient art form, travels to Zurich with his internationally acclaimed ensemble for two guest appearances exclusively at the Museum Rietberg. In this unforgettable theater performance Kathakali meets Shakespeare. The unusual encounter of a western theater icon with top artists of Indian dance tradition. Introduction in German by Pavel Jiracek, operatic dramaturge "Kathakali" Colors, drama, music and dance: Kathakali is one of the classical theater traditions of South India -…

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Indian Dance Theatre Meets Shakespeare

23 September
Museum Rietberg Zürich, Gablerstrasse 15, Zürich, 8002 Switzerland + Google Map

Colors, drama, music and dance: Kathakali, a classical theatre tradition from South India, is a mixture between ballet, theatre, opera and pantomime, featuring impressive masks, costumes and complex gestures. Asia Society Switzerland and Museum Rietberg are partnering for an unusual Kathakali performance: Sadanam Balakrishnan, a world-renowned master of this ancient art form, will perform with his ensemble an interpretation of Shakespeare’s «Othello» - for the very first time in Switzerland. Sadanam Balakrishnan sees many similarities between the traditions of Shakespeare…

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October 2017

Metaz: Oscilloscope Music – Jerobeam Fenderson and Hansi Raber

4 October
MuDA, Pfingstweidstrasse 101, Zürich, 8005 Switzerland + Google Map

Metaz Talk: Oscilloscope Music Jerobeam Fenderson and Hansi Raber Hansi Raber spent the last three years programming a "3d oscilloscope music" synthesizer, a musical genre that does not (yet) really exist. Jerobeam Fenderson is an experimental muscian and audio engineer. Together they created Oscilloscope Music, an audio-visual project that uses old analogue oscilloscopes for displaying hand crafted waveforms as x-y plot. Their talk at the MuDA dives deeper into how the project explores the missed possibilities of a (quasi) dead…

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50CHF - 60CHF

We love SINE WAVES – Processing Workshop

8 October
MuDA, Pfingstweidstrasse 101, Zürich, 8005 Switzerland + Google Map

We love SINE WAVES - Workshop Sunday 8 October 2 - 5pm Ages 8+ We love SINE WAVES Workshop will introduce participants to Processing with focus on trigonometric functions, and its use to create shapes. It is a great introduction to programming and creativity for the youngest of innovators to the later explorers. Processing is an open source computer programming language built for the electronic arts, new media art, and visual design communities with the purpose of teaching the fundamentals…

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