Work

  • Erinnerungsgarten 2018 • pencil on paper, 126.7 x 110.7 cm
    Erinnerungsgarten 2018 • pencil on paper, 126.7 x 110.7 cm
  • Ohne Titel (aus der Serie Interpretationen), 2016 • pencil on paper, 87 x 77.5 cm
    Ohne Titel (aus der Serie Interpretationen), 2016 • pencil on paper, 87 x 77.5 cm
  • Portrait mit Fehler 2 (aus der Portrait-Serie), 2016 • pencil on paper, 54 x 65.5 cm
    Portrait mit Fehler 2 (aus der Portrait-Serie), 2016 • pencil on paper, 54 x 65.5 cm
  • Anpassungen (aus der Serie Interpretationen), 2016 • pencil on paper, 82 x 82 cm
    Anpassungen (aus der Serie Interpretationen), 2016 • pencil on paper, 82 x 82 cm

News

NEWS! Acquisitions in the context of the collection

Collecting art was what prompted the establishment of the Kunstgesellschaft Luzern in 1819, and in addition to preserving, exploring and mediating art it is still a major objective of the Kunstmuseum Luzern to this day.

News! presents new treasures in the context of works that have been in the collection for some time already. Thus the Bezauberte Knabe (Enchanted Boy) by Ferdinand Hodler meets Sharon Lockhart’s photographs of the Polish girl Milena, José Júlio de Souza Pinto shows how a grandfather teaches his grandson, while Laure Prouvost spins stories about her lost grandfather. Visitors can look into the starry sky with Ugo Rondinone and Claude Sandoz, take a walk in the forest with Hans Emmenegger, Robert Zünd and Jos Näpflin, or visit Cuno Amiet or Markus Raetz in their studios. This unfailingly surprising encounter between and with works is sensual, profound and humorous and demonstrates just how well the new acquisitions can be integrated into a collection that has existed for 200 years.basum

Gallery Exhibitions

Group Show (Adieu Gessnerallee!)