Kunsthaus Zürich presents ‘Valkyries over Zurich. 150 Years of Wagner Performances in Zurich’
From 24 May to 18 August 2013, the Kunsthaus Zürich offers the first ever overview of 150 years of Wagner performances in Zurich. Featuring some 150 set designs and models, production photographs, programmes and other exhibits from Swiss collections and ranging from the ‘Flying Dutchman’ (1852) to Bob Wilson’s design for the ‘Ring of the Nibelung’ (2000/2002), the exhibition in the cabinet reveals how music and the visual and performing arts combine to create a ‘Gesamtkunstwerk’ – a total work of art.
Art Basel launches Conversations and Salon program in Hong Kong
The first edition of Art Basel in Hong Kong will be accompanied by the shows renowned talks program, which will include panel discussion with leading curators, collectors, gallerists, critics and artists from Asia and beyond, including Chow Chun Fai, Arin Dwihartanto, Noritoshi Hirakawa, Ou Ning, Pak Sheung Chuen, Wang Xingwei, Adrian Wong, Zhang Enli and Zhang Xiaogang. 'Paper Rain', an artist-led parade, will take place on Thursday, May 23, celebrating the opening of Art Basel’s debut show in Hong Kong.
Flowers – Stone – Paper: Steve Brockman-More at Art Place88 Bern
The English artist Steve Brockman-More is exhibiting a small selection from his extensive oeuvre: Eleven large oil paintings, two images of iconic ‘Niesen’ and sixteen smaller works on paper.
Fascination for the Mysterious and the Enigmatic
Myths and Mysteries: Symbolism and Swiss Artists is the first exhibition ever to throw light on the pivotal role played by Swiss artists in the international ... >>Continue
Kunsthaus Zürich presents ‘Kelly Nipper – Black Forest’: a performance and installation in dialogue with drawings by the movement theorist and choreographer Rudolf von Laban
The Kunsthaus Zürich is presenting the first solo exhibition in a German-speaking country by the American artist Kelly Nipper. The starting point for her ... >>Continue
A special corner of England: New paintings by Paul Darley in Gallery LAST
North Norfolk is not the most famous corner of England but it is the one that Paul Darley calls home and most loves to paint. It is also the subject of ... >>Continue
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Swiss artist Michael Biberstein passed away
The Galerie Jaeger Bucher, located in Paris, announced the death of Swiss artist Michael Biberstein, aged 65, on 5 May 2013. The artist might have died of ....
'Retired' Artist Pops His Head Back Up
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Despite the gallery's Swiss roots, Hauser & Wirth represents a surprising ...
Open-air museum celebrates heritage
Ballenberg, the open-air museum on Lake Brienz, is celebrating its 35th anniversary. With up to 300,000 visitors a year and 100 historic buildings, Ballenberg is living witness to Switzerland’s rural past.
First museum retrospective of Meret Oppenheim outside Switzerland on show at Bank Austria Kunstforum
Meret Oppenheim (1913-1985) is one of the most significant and individual artists of the twentieth century. To mark her hundredth birthday, the Bank Austria Kunstforum is presenting the first museum retrospective of this Swiss artist in Austria, which will afterwards be shown in the...
Salon Suisse - Venice Art Biennale 2013
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Aim of The «Salon Suisse» – inspired by the tradition of art and literary salons in past centuries – is to encourage an international dialogue among artists.
John Armleder: Quicksand, Dairy Art Centre - exhibition review
The first exhibition at Frank Cohen's new Bloomsbury gallery, the Dairy Art Centre, is a solo show from Swiss artist John Armleder which shows off the building's various spaces well...