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24.04.2014
Thomas Moor, Winner of the Nationale Suisse Art Prize 2014

Nationale Suisse has been promoting young talent in the arts for years. The winner of the Art Prize 2014 is Thomas Moor, who holds a BA in Media and Art from the Zurich University of the Arts.
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24.04.2014
Pamela Rosenkranz to exhibit at the Swiss Pavilion at the 2015 Venice Art Biennale

Pamela Rosenkranz (b.1979) will be responsible for the exhibition at the Swiss Pavilion during next year’s Venice Art Biennale. The Biennale, a globally leading platform for contemporary art, will take place from 9 May to 22 November 2015.
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02.04.2014
Working on Paper: Robert Mangold and Sylvia Plimack-Mangold at the Annemarie Verna Galerie

The rail line is called Metro North. It travels along the shore of the Hudson River into the Hudson Valley. For over thirty years, we have made the trip once or twice almost every year in the spring, in the fall, to see Sylvia and Robert Mangold. Calling these excursions a “studio visit” falls short as a description. For a number of hours, we leave the art capital of New York behind us. The capital of claims and assertions, one could say, for the evaluative discourse wishing to take on this art scene has long since come to naught.
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21.03.2014
Kunsthaus Zürich presents Antoine Bourdelle’s bronze ‘Sappho’ and representatives of French sculpture.
‘Sappho’, the important bronze work by the French sculptor Antoine Bourdelle (1861–1929), has undergone an extensive restoration. From 21 March to 6 July 2014 it will be shown as part of a temporary collection presentation including sculptures by Auguste Rodin, Henri Matisse, Henri Laurens and others. Receiving its first showing at the Kunsthaus is the newly acquired work ‘We the People’ by Danh Vo (b. 1975), which adds a further twist to the theme of the fragmented figure and the robe that is also present in the exhibition.
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14.03.2014
Sylvan Müller: «Photographs from Japan» and Rebecca Maeder: «Porcelain» at Galerie Claudia Geiser, Zurich
On his journey through Japan the Swiss photographer Sylvan Müller kept a culinary diary, in which the people, towns and landscapes of the island kingdom found as much a place as the diversity of the cuisine. His precise and atmospheric images enter into a fascinating dia- logue with the porcelain works of Swiss ceramicist Rebecca Maeder, who has been studying in Korea over the last three years. Her most recent works reflect her examination of the tradi- tional forms of Korean ceramics and the special aesthetics of vessels that have been visibly restored. Both artists provide new and surprising perspectives on traditional themes.
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07.03.2014
Open Sesame! Anker, Hodler, Segantini... Masterpieces from the Foundation for Art, Culture and History at the Museum of Fine Arts Berne
The Kunstmuseum Bern is showing over 140 works of Swiss art dating from the 18th century up to modern times. They belong to the vast collection of the Foundation for Art, Culture and History, which was established in 1980 by the Winterthur patron of the arts Bruno Stefanini. Among other paintings, the exhibition is showcasing works by Cuno Amiet, Albert Anker, Arnold Böcklin, Alexandre Calame, Henry Fuseli, Giovanni and Augusto Giacometti, Ferdinand Hodler, Giovanni Segantini and Félix Vallotton. The show is structured thematically while integrating a number of historical items as well—for example the largest cluster of rock crystal ever to be found in Switzerland or the riding habit of the Empress Elizabeth of Austria and Queen of Hungary, popularly known as Sisi. The exhibition is, for the very first time, presenting a comprehensive view of the wonderful jewels tucked away in the Foundation’s veritable treasure vault.
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14.03.2014
Ways of Curating by Hans Ulrich Obrist, book review: Entertaining explanation of why curating is vital part of the arts today
The Independent
Obrist is the Swiss-born co-director of the Serpentine Gallery and he's ... book are the artists, collectors, museum directors and mavericks that ...
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14.03.2014
Arts review: Mario Botta: Architecture and Memory
CL Charlotte
"Memory is very important in contemporary expression," Swiss ... stressed in an opening reception at the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art. A ...
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14.03.2014
Origami master folds life-size elephant - video
BT.com-
White Elephant is an art installation created by Swiss origami ... is on display in the KKLB museum in Beromünster, Lucerne, Switzerland.
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14.03.2014
Now You Can Buy Art Created From Your DNA
Co.Design-2 hours ago
Using an algorithm, they turn that sequence--your individual arrangement of A, T, C, and G nucleotides--into a work of art, based on an original design called Spark, by Swiss-Canadian artist and designer Mathieu Daudelin. The final product comes in 17 different color schemes and ...
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13.03.2014
Celebrated Swiss Wildlife Artist to be exhibited in Jersey for the first time
Jersey Isle News
Robert Hainard. The National Trust for Jersey is delighted to be working with the Hainard Foundation to bring the work of the late Swiss artist ...
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12.03.2014
Beautiful Geometry, by Eli Maor and Eugen Jost
Times Higher Education
Here we have a collaboration between Eli Maor, an academic and a prolific popular writer on mathematics, and the Swiss artist Eugen Jost.
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