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Wed 9 Dec 6.30 pm: Digital artist talk with Amalia Pica

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AMALIA PICA
Zurich Art Prize 2020

Until 17 January 2021

Amalia Pica (b. 1978) is the winner of the 2020 Zurich Art Prize. This Argentine-British artist’s multimedia work is characterized by precise engagement with socially relevant issues and by a playful minimalist language of forms. In her exhibition, which bears the title Round table (and other forms), Pica draws on the iconography of the office environment and presents a newly produced work, along with an earlier one.

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LÉON WUIDAR
A Retrospective

Until 17 January 2021

Museum Haus Konstruktiv is dedicating an exhibition to Léon Wuidar (*1938) the first of its kind in Switzerland. Works spanning the period from the 1960s to the present day are on display. In his paintings the Belgian artist addresses not only the heritage of constructivist-concrete art, but also brutalist architecture.

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HAUS KONSTRUKTIV POP-UP SHOP

Until 17 January 2020 on the 4th floor of the museum

And every Monday an insider tip - until Christmas
#5: Léon Wuidar 2020 - the catalog to the current exhibition

With numerous attractive illustrations, a text by Sabine Schaschl and an interview that Hans Ulrich Obrist conducted with the artist. In English.

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SUSAN YORK: 2020 SPECIAL EDITION

This year’s special edition for Museum Haus Konstruktiv has been developed by Susan York (b. 1951). This American artist has visually addressed the museum building. The floor plans of the four stories used as exhibition spaces at Haus Konstruktiv served as a template.

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SONIA KACEM
ZURICH ART PRIZE 2021

28 October 2021 to 16 January 2022

The Zurich Art Prize 2021 goes to the Swiss-Tunisian artist Sonia Kacem. Her artwork revolves around her sensitivity towards materials that she extracts from our everyday consumption cycle. Sonia Kacem uses them to create large-scale sculptural arrangements, in which she plays with our expectations regarding the nature and function of the materials.

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SO FAR SO CLOSE
Things we want to know from... Amalia Pica

Wed 9 December, 6.30 pm
Sabine Schaschl in conversation with the artist
Digital artist talk in English

In the second installment of our new series So far so close – Things we want to know from …, director Sabine Schaschl meets the winner of the 2020 Zurich Art Prize for a talk. Amalia Pica provides insight into her work and the process of creating her current exhibition Round table (and other forms) at Museum Haus Konstruktiv.

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