Work

  • Over and over_04, 2019  • mixed media on canvas, 170 x 140 x 4 cm
    Over and over_04, 2019 • mixed media on canvas, 170 x 140 x 4 cm
  • Gib mir mehr_06, 2019  • mixed media on canvas, 230 x 160 cm
    Gib mir mehr_06, 2019 • mixed media on canvas, 230 x 160 cm
  • collapse_01, 2018  • mixed media on canvas, 305 x 235 x 6 cm
    collapse_01, 2018 • mixed media on canvas, 305 x 235 x 6 cm
  • collapse_03, 2018  • mixed media on canvas, 305 x 235 x 6 cm
    collapse_03, 2018 • mixed media on canvas, 305 x 235 x 6 cm
  • Big_Warpainting_02, 2016  • mixed media on canvas, 230 x 160 x 4 cm
    Big_Warpainting_02, 2016 • mixed media on canvas, 230 x 160 x 4 cm
  • Warpainting, 2016 • mixed media on canvas, 60 x 40 x 4 cm
    Warpainting, 2016 • mixed media on canvas, 60 x 40 x 4 cm
  • Heavy file, 2019  • installation view at Kunstmuseum Winterthur (CH)
    Heavy file, 2019 • installation view at Kunstmuseum Winterthur (CH)
  • Unpainting, 2017 • installation view at the Art Gallery NSW, Sydney, Australia (AUS)
    Unpainting, 2017 • installation view at the Art Gallery NSW, Sydney, Australia (AUS)
  • Fred Thieler Preis 2017 • installation view at Berlinische Galerie, Berlin (D)
    Fred Thieler Preis 2017 • installation view at Berlinische Galerie, Berlin (D)
  • gradually_real, 2014, • installation view at Sydney Biennale (AUS)
    gradually_real, 2014, • installation view at Sydney Biennale (AUS)
  • gradually_real, 2014, • installation view at Sydney Biennale (AUS)
    gradually_real, 2014, • installation view at Sydney Biennale (AUS)
  • Revolution, 2013 • installation view at Kunstmuseum Luzern (CH)
    Revolution, 2013 • installation view at Kunstmuseum Luzern (CH)

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Christine Streuli

The extensive body of work of Swiss artist Christine Streuli (*1975, in Berne) appeals to viewers with colourful, mostly monumental allover paintings, which draw on a rich vocabulary of symbols, quotes, patterns, motifs and ornaments. The vividly coloured and energetic works and installations attract the audience, but also raise important, contemporary questions about nature and the craft of painting, as well as the examination of the flood of images surrounding us all.

Gallery Exhibitions

Group Show (Adieu Gessnerallee!)