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.
PIERRE PIRLOT (Belgien) 'PLASTICATION' Vernissage November 10, 2017, 6 - 8 pm Exhibition November 11 - December 16, 2017 Opening hours Friday, 11am - 7pm & Saturday, 11am - 5pm __________________________________________________________________ The relationship of man with his own self, In the face of the infinite, By experiencing And by allowing time to act on the material, Intention towards irresolution, Leading to the concept of ‘matièretemps’ The sculptures and objects are made from recycled plastic materials, the choice of a medium…Find out more »
Lovers of art, On Saturday the 25th of November at 2 pm the exhibition "Olives" by Constantinos Valaes will take place in my gallery. The artist will be present. Constantinos Valaes began his studies of fine arts early on. He was taught by Nicholas Kalamvokis (Hagiograph) and Elena Binioti (Professor of the School of Fine Arts) in painting and hagiography. The technique he adopted most was the silversmith and metals sculpture, for which he has a state degree. He is…Find out more »
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 »
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 »