• Nr. 466, 13.11.2014 - 25.3.2023 • oil paint on plywood, 115 x 180 x 9 cm
    Nr. 466, 13.11.2014 - 25.3.2023 • oil paint on plywood, 115 x 180 x 9 cm
  • Wasserzeichnung Nr. 265, 14.7.2020 - 19.1.2022 • watercolour on paper, 147 x 221 cm
    Wasserzeichnung Nr. 265, 14.7.2020 - 19.1.2022 • watercolour on paper, 147 x 221 cm
  • Nr. 489, 7.9.2016 – 16.1.2022 • oil on plywood, 145 x 250 cm
    Nr. 489, 7.9.2016 – 16.1.2022 • oil on plywood, 145 x 250 cm
  • Nr. 454, 31.7.2013 – 7.1.2022 • oil on plywood, 145 x 250 cm
    Nr. 454, 31.7.2013 – 7.1.2022 • oil on plywood, 145 x 250 cm
  • Insights, Outlooks - Perspectives on the Collection II, 2021 • Installation view at Kunstmuseum St.Gallen (CH)
    Insights, Outlooks - Perspectives on the Collection II, 2021 • Installation view at Kunstmuseum St.Gallen (CH)
  • Protozone 2 Continuity/Transpassing, 2020 • Installation view at Shedhalle Zurich (CH)
    Protozone 2 Continuity/Transpassing, 2020 • Installation view at Shedhalle Zurich (CH)
  • La luca alpina, 2019 • Installation view at Kunstmuseum St.Gallen (CH)
    La luca alpina, 2019 • Installation view at Kunstmuseum St.Gallen (CH)
  • La luca alpina, 2019 • Installation view at Kunstmuseum St.Gallen (CH)
    La luca alpina, 2019 • Installation view at Kunstmuseum St.Gallen (CH)
  • Throwing Snow into a Circle, 2017 • Installation view at Kunstmuseum Glarus (CH)
    Throwing Snow into a Circle, 2017 • Installation view at Kunstmuseum Glarus (CH)
  • Spaces, 2013 • Installation view at PEAC, Freiburg (DE)
    Spaces, 2013 • Installation view at PEAC, Freiburg (DE)
  • Spaces, 2013 • Installation view at PEAC, Freiburg (DE)
    Spaces, 2013 • Installation view at PEAC, Freiburg (DE)

News

WASSERstoff #alles im FLUSS» und «DIE LINIE, als malerisches Phänomen II – Im MEMU, Kunst- und Kulturforum, D-Essing

Group show with Anna Arnskötter, Franz Baumgartner, Ansgar Skiba, Ulrike Hohgrebe, Sonja Weber, Petra Schuppenhauer, Jörg Bach, Josef Zankl, Gerlinde Zantis, Christof Rehm, Patrick Rohner, Jochen Hein, Doris Hahlweg, Jochen Schambeck, Susanne Ackermann, Georg Bernhard, Carolina Camilla Kreusch, Cigdem Aky, Willi Weiner, Peter Lang, Barbara Ehrmann

Schau, wie der Gletscher schwindet – Aargauer Kunsthaus CH-Aarau

Watching the Glacier Go

Collection in Focus

Mountains and glaciers form the Swiss landscape and the culture of the country. It is therefore not surprising that this motif plays a significant role in art.

The focus of the collection follows the thematic core—from the mountain paintings by Caspar Wolf to mountain sunsets by Ingeborg Lüscher and the iceberg and glacier photographs by Julian Charrière. Today, the mountain is perceived both as a tourist destination and as a symbol for climate change.

The presentation is part of the exhibition project across Switzerland, Schau, wie der Gletscher schwindet (Watching the Glacier Go).

Gallery Exhibitions

Group Show (Adieu Gessnerallee!)