Sculpture is not only exhibited in its classical form in Zurich, but is also reinterpreted. Be it as an exploration of space through an installation or by integrating technology in digital art objects. Lovers of this art form will always find an exhibition in Zurich worthwhile.
PLUTSCHOW GALLERY is pleased to present „Even Banks Have Souls", the first solo exhibition of Brazilian artist Saint Clair Cemin in Zurich.Find out more »
Hauser & Wirth Zürich is proud to present a major solo exhibition by sculptor Larry Bell. This marks the gallery’s first exhibition of Bell’s work since representing the artist across America and Europe. Bell is one of the most renowned and influential artists to emerge from the Los Angeles art scene of the 1960s, alongside contemporaries Frank Stella and Donald Judd, and had garnered international repute by the age of 30. Known foremost for his refined surface treatment of glass…Find out more »
White. The showroom is filled with an area. It is not made of paper. In the exhibition "Hold on to that paper" on the premises of the Counter Space, Tashi Brauen emphasizes the room with minimalist gestures, giving him one voice: the room becomes the opposite. The viewer is also involved in this dialogue. The white surface contracts, folds and pushes towards the viewer. Tashi Brauen's artistic practice is like a wave motion between the second and third dimension. He…Find out more »
After the works of Abraham Cruzvillegas (* 1968) were shown in 2015/16 at a grand appearance in the Turbine Hall of the Tate Modern and in comprehensive individual exhibitions in the USA, France and Germany, the Kunsthaus Zurich is now exhibiting for the first time in Switzerland Exhibition of the Mexican artist. In his sculptures and spatial installations he examines architecture as an expression of social relations. Cruzvillegas grew up in Ajusco, a volcanic landscape south of the Mexican capital.…Find out more »
Lena Henke (born 1982 in Warburg (GER)) lives and works in New York City and Frankfurt am Main. Henke has studied at the Städelschule under Professor Michael Krebber (2004-2010). Lena Henke has developed a diverse body of sculptural works, often arranged in comprehensive spatial installations. Henke’s work references urban planning, Land Art, human relationships, sexuality and fetishism, consistently infiltrating the patriarchal structure of art history with a very smart and humorous tone. Her formal language and use of materials often alludes to Minimal…Find out more »