Work

  • radiant konisch, 2018/19 • steel tube, polyester resin, 140 x 90 x 90 cm
    radiant konisch, 2018/19 • steel tube, polyester resin, 140 x 90 x 90 cm
  • Ring, 1997 • plywood, putty, blackboard paint, 50 x 155 x 175 cm
    Ring, 1997 • plywood, putty, blackboard paint, 50 x 155 x 175 cm
  • Being More Than System • Installation View at Haus Konstruktiv Zürich, 2017. Foto: Stefan Altenburger
    Being More Than System • Installation View at Haus Konstruktiv Zürich, 2017. Foto: Stefan Altenburger
  • Being More Than System • Installation View at Haus Konstruktiv Zürich, 2017. Foto: Stefan Altenburger
    Being More Than System • Installation View at Haus Konstruktiv Zürich, 2017. Foto: Stefan Altenburger
  • Being More Than System • Installation View at Haus Konstruktiv Zürich, 2017. Foto: Stefan Altenburger
    Being More Than System • Installation View at Haus Konstruktiv Zürich, 2017. Foto: Stefan Altenburger
  • Being More Than System • Installation View at Haus Konstruktiv Zürich, 2017. Foto: Stefan Altenburger
    Being More Than System • Installation View at Haus Konstruktiv Zürich, 2017. Foto: Stefan Altenburger
  • Being More Than System • Installation View at Haus Konstruktiv Zürich, 2017. Foto: Stefan Altenburger
    Being More Than System • Installation View at Haus Konstruktiv Zürich, 2017. Foto: Stefan Altenburger

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Swiss Sculpture since 1945

Bronze figures by Alberto Giacometti, kinetic constructions by Jean Tinguely, video objects by Pipilotti Rist – the sculptural work of the past 75 years in Switzerland has been incredibly diverse. The themes, materials and techniques change over the decades, even redefining what sculpture means.

This comprehensive exhibition inside and outside the Kunsthaus offers the public their first overview of an exciting chapter in Swiss art history. It shows 230 works by 150 artists from all linguistic regions of the country, including famous names such as Hans Arp, Germaine Richier, Max Bill and Meret Oppenheim, through to Fischli/Weiss, Roman Signer, Sylvie Fleury and Ugo Rondinone. The younger generations are represented as well, by artists such as Mai-Thu Perret, Claudia Comte and Latifa Echakhch, who was selected for the Swiss Pavilion at the 2022 Venice Biennale. The exhibition contains much that is familiar, but also creates the possibility of new discoveries and re-discoveries.

IM MASSTAB. MODELLE FÜR GRÖSSERE PROJEKT

Geschnitten, gesägt, gebogen, geklebt, gezeichnet, gemalt, gelötet: gebastelt.

Zu sehen sind Modelle, die für das Entwicklen von Projekten für Kunst und Architektur oder Kunst im öffentlichen Raum entstanden sind.

Idee und Realisation: Eric Hattan

Mit Franziska Furter Jürg Stäuble Silvia Bächli Claudia & Julia Müller Guido Nussbaum Simone Holliger Markus Müller Eric Hattan Oliver Senn Max Leiß Markus Schwander Doris Lasch Boris Rebetez Karsten Födinger & ellipsearchitecture Urs Aeschbach Tina Z’Rotz Renate Buser Studio Renée Levi Géraldine Honauer Edith Oderbolz Martin Heldstab Monica Studer & Christoph van den Berg Peter Brunner- Brugg Anselm Stalder Judith Kakon Hagar Schmidhalter Thomas Hauri Mathis Vass

Gallery Exhibitions

Group Show (Adieu Gessnerallee!)

Skulpturen & Zeichnungen