Work

  • Meta 2, 2014 • mixed technique on linen, 220 x 150 cm
    Meta 2, 2014 • mixed technique on linen, 220 x 150 cm
  • Contact, 2014 • mixed technique on linen, 70 x 50 cm
    Contact, 2014 • mixed technique on linen, 70 x 50 cm
  • Magnetar, 2014 • mixed technique on linen, 280 x 200 cm
    Magnetar, 2014 • mixed technique on linen, 280 x 200 cm
  • Intuition 2, 2014 • mixed technique on linen, 300 x 220 cm
    Intuition 2, 2014 • mixed technique on linen, 300 x 220 cm
  • Fragments, 2013 • mixed technique on cotton, 100 x 70 cm
    Fragments, 2013 • mixed technique on cotton, 100 x 70 cm
  • Influx 2, 2013 • mixed technique on linen, 160 x 120 cm
    Influx 2, 2013 • mixed technique on linen, 160 x 120 cm
  • Focal Point, 2013/14 • installation view at Museum im Bellpark, Kriens (CH) • Photographer: Martin Stollenwerk, Zürich
    Focal Point, 2013/14 • installation view at Museum im Bellpark, Kriens (CH) • Photographer: Martin Stollenwerk, Zürich

News

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Albrecht Schnider – Giacomo Santiago Rogado

Solo show with Albrecht Schnider at Helmhaus, Zürich (CH)
The exhibition of these two painters might be dedicated to beauty – an idiosyncratic, breathtaking beauty. Both use as a reference the history of art as well as natural phenomena and have a strong passion to conquer new frontiers of painting.

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Docking Station

Group show at Aargauer Kunsthaus, Aarau (CH)
The contemporary art scene evinces a keen awareness of its own precursors and pioneers. Artists are increasingly interested in art and cultural history, identifying certain traditions that they are building on and explicitly referencing genres and stylistic periods of the past. This is the focus of the exhibition Docking Station, a project initiated in conjunction with Nationale Suisse.
Twelve artists have been invited to work with the collections of the Aargauer Kunsthaus and Nationale Suisse, respectively. In works conceived especially for the exhibition they respond to selected works, thereby casting them in a new light.

Gallery Exhibitions

Group Show (Adieu Gessnerallee!)