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.
Celebrate with us the opening of the exhibition "Moving Body - A Performative Exhibition". On Thursday, June 29th at 6:30 pm, we cordially invite you and yourselves! An exhibition with: Julia Geröcs and Gabriel Studerus Valérie Reding Robert Steinberger Cie zeitsprung (Meret Schlegel and Kilian Haselbeck) Curators: Lorenz Hubacher & Julian Denzler What is the exhibition? Here you can read it briefly: The studio has four different artistic positions Hermann Haller in motion this summer. The bodies of the Artists…Find out more »
Opening: Friday, 25 August 2017 In the work of Jimmie Durham (b. 1940 in Washington, Arkansas), the examination of societal and political topics, but also the issue of the representation of civilising values, historicity and societal identity, are of central importance. His installations and sculptures reflect on the status of the object between civilizing fetish and artwork, and are metaphors for the sometimes complex and problematic encounters between the human being, technology and nature, from different cultural perspectives. Durham became…Find out more »
Opening: Friday, August 25, 2017 John Russell restages ideas of total hybridity of gender, nature, man and beast in his films, images, books, and installations ranging from real to virtual and fictional filtered through literature, theory, religion, and art. His fictions emerge in the middle of anarchy, vacuum, dystopia, where everything is possible and our lives mere networks. Satire meets historical painting meets science fiction, vision, and excess, and before we know it we come face to face with a…Find out more »
PATRICK GRAF "El Tschuggo Forest / El Huebi Ciudad" 1 September - 5 November 2017 SEASON OPENING & SUMMER PARTY Thursday, 31 August 2017, 5 - 9 pm bar & foodFind out more »
Warm invitation to the exhibition Ruth Gossweiler air movements flight trials Wed 13 - Fri 29 September 2017 The sculptor Ruth Gossweiler has observed the body language of the birds. She has watched as her wings open and close as they expose themselves to buoyancy and winds as they fly and land. The result is modeling studies made of paper, flax and wire. If birds move through the air, the shape of their wings causes air movements that give them…Find out more »