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Jul 22, 2019 · 12:16 PM


Art & Lunch: 16 July – 16 Aug, Tue–Fri, 12.00–13.00.
Zurich's Long Night of Museums: Sat 7 Sept, 18.00.

OLIVIER MOSSET – TUTU

30 May to 8 September 2019

Olivier Mosset (b. 1944) is considered one of the most radical representatives of contemporary painting. Taking the question of what painting is and how it works as a starting point, he created a diverse oeuvre consisting of monochrome and abstract geometric works that rejects any kind of mystifying interpretation.

KIRSTINE ROEPSTORFF – EX CAVE

30 May to 8 September 2019

In her exhibition, Kirstine Roepstorff (b. 1972) explores darkness and its meanings. Roepstorff invites the public down a cleverly devised path, set out as a journey through darkness, to explore a built, ostensibly barren landscape of sand, gravel and cement-plastered wall elements, within which a multitude of selected works by the Danish artist are to be discovered.


ART & LUNCH SUMMER SPECIAL

16 July to 16 August 2019
each Tuesday to Friday, 12 noon – 1 pm

On the occasion of the summer holidays we welcome to the Art & Lunch Summer Special. For CHF 18 (regular) / 14 (reduced) you can visit the exhibitions Olivier Mosset / Kirstine Roepstorff and enjoy a light summer lunch at the café with seating in the cosy courtyard. This includes the salad of the day or a gazpacho, along with a coffee of your choice. 

MONOGRAPH ON OLIVIER MOSSET

Coming out soon!
Pre-order now >>>

It is 16 years since the last comprehensive monograph on Olivier Mosset was published. We are therefore delighted that, after such a long time and on the occasion of Olivier Mosset's 75th birthday, we have been able to publish a long overdue new monograph. With text contributions by Sabine Schaschl, Philip Ursprung and Evelyne Bucher, Snoeck Verlag, Cologne.


LES CIMAISES

For the exhibition opening at the Museum Haus Konstruktiv, the so-called Cimaises by Olivier Mosset were realized in ice for the first time. They could only be seen for a short time in the museum's forecourt. For all those who missed them, the melting process was recorded on film. >>>



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