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Ars Helvetica: A Winter Itinerary Through the Swiss Art Circuit

Ars Helvetica: A Winter Itinerary Through the Swiss Art Circuit

 

The Swiss are known for their precision of affairs, efficiency of manner and their intricate financial systems. Naturally, the most analytical art exhibitions follow. Whether you're taking a break from skiing the Alpine slopes, stopping in town to open a Swiss banking account or simply passing through on a longer journey, do not miss these three exhibitions in Zurich and Basel this winter. 

 
 
 

Galerie Eva Presenhuber

Jean-Marie Appriou, Martha Atienza, Dora Budor, Shara Hughes, Iman Issa, Justin Matherly, Tobias Pils, Magali Reus, Yves Scherer
20.01.2018-24.02.2018

A classic group exhibition opens the year at Zurich powerhouse Galerie Eva Presenhuber, featuring works by nine artists from different countries working in various media and materials: Jean-Marie Appriou, Martha Atienza, Dora Budor, Shara Hughes, Iman Issa, Justin Matherly, Tobias Pils, Magali Reus and Yves Scherer. The gallery is located in the industrial Diagonal building of the former Maag Areal. 


Maag Areal, Zahnradstrasse 21
8005 Zurich

 

 Magali Reus,  Mt. Lugs , 2017. © Magali Reus. Courtesy Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zurich / New York and The approach, London

Magali Reus, Mt. Lugs, 2017. © Magali Reus. Courtesy Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zurich / New York and The approach, London

Hauser & Wirth

Venice Fog: Recent Investigations
19.01.2018-03.03.2018

 

Hauser & Wirth's Zurich branch presents recent works in laminated glass by influential California artist Larry Bell. The cubic works are Bell's interpretation of the phenomena caused by the light, fog and water in Los Angeles, based on the colour combinations observed in Venice, California, where he has been based since the 1960s. Decidedly pedagogic in his approach, Bell has said: "Artists don't have to fit into the objective logic of the rest of the world. We can perform in any way we see fit, as long as our work teaches us something every day." 

Limmatstrasse 270
8005 Zurich
 

 Larry Bell,  VFZ 3,  2017. © Larry Bell. Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth 

Larry Bell, VFZ 3, 2017. © Larry Bell. Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth 

 
 An Eames Celebration. Charles Eames posing in the Lounge Chair, photo for an advertisement, 1956. © Eames Office LLC

An Eames Celebration. Charles Eames posing in the Lounge Chair, photo for an advertisement, 1956. © Eames Office LLC

Vitra Design Museum

An Eames Celebration
30.09.2017-25.02.2018

On top of every design duo's wedding cake stand the imaginary figurines of Charles and Ray Eames. The beloved couple is the subject of four parallel exhibitions held by the Vitra Design Museum. Organized across four zones of the splendid Frank Gehry-designed campus, the celebration includes the major retrospective "Charles and Ray Eames. The Power of Design." We reckon the playful take on the husband-and-wife's creations complements the passionate and adventurous spirits conveyed by their work.

Charles-Eames-Straße 2
79576 Weil am Rhein (Germany)

Six Gallery — The New Milanese Design Oasis

Six Gallery — The New Milanese Design Oasis

Poetry and Self-Expression ⏤ The Work of Photographer Noémi Szabo

Poetry and Self-Expression ⏤ The Work of Photographer Noémi Szabo

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