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Jan 18, 2017 · 5:04 PM


EXHIBITION PREPARATION: THE MUSEUM HAUS KONSTRUKTIV WILL BE CLOSED UNTIL 8 FEBRUARY

 

MARLOW MOSS

9 February to 7 May 2017

Marlow Moss, is one of the few female representatives of constructivist painting, who played a role in shaping classical modernism. Museum Haus Konstruktiv would like to present the rediscovered oeuvre of Moss to a broad public, as it has been overshadowed by the famous male constructivists such as Piet Mondrian for far too long.

CERITH WYN EVANS

9 February to 7 May 2017

Cerith Wyn Evans has made a name for himself as a sculptor, filmmaker and conceptual artist. For the exhibition at Museum Haus Konstruktiv, Evans has conceived a new installation with fluorescent tubes that hang down from the ceiling and have a delicate form derived from the precise formalized movements of traditional Japanese Noh theater.


ANDREW BICK

9 February to 7 May 2017

Andrew Bick is one of the leading contemporary painters working in the tradition of constructivist art. Presenting an installational arrangement of Bick’s latest works, which makes reference to the exhibition spaces’ architecture, Museum Haus Konstruktiv is the first Swiss museum to host a solo exhibition dedicated to this artist.

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PREVIEW / EXCLUSIVE ARTIST TALK
AND OPENING

7 February, 6.30 pm: Artist Talk with Cerith Wyn Evans 
Preview of the exhibition “Cerith Wyn Evans” and exclusive Artist Talk with Sabine Schaschl, director Museum Haus Konstruktiv, Jacqueline Burckhardt, co-publisher of the periodical art publication PARKETT, and Cerith Wyn Evans, conceptual artist. In English. Free entry.

8 February, 6 pm: Opening
Speeches at 6.45 pm: With Andreas Durisch, President of the Foundation, and Sabine Schaschl, director Museum Haus Konstruktiv


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DER ZURICH ART PRIZE 2017 GOES TO MARGUERITE HUMEAU

Change on the occasion of the tenth edition of the “Zurich Art Prize”
As of 2017, in addition to the previous sum of CHF 80,000, which is always used for a solo exhibition at Museum Haus Konstruktiv, the winner receives another CHF 20,000 in prize money.



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