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Drawing inspiration from the landmark 1992 Visionary Switzerland exhibition in Zurich, this Gagosian show seeks to explicate the commonalities and wide-ranging differences between the work of twenty Swiss notables of modern and contemporary art. Think: Balthus, Fischer, Jean Tinguely and Alberto Giacometti.
Drawing inspiration from the landmark 1992 Visionary Switzerland exhibition in Zurich, this Gagosian show seeks to explicate the commonalities and wide-ranging differences between the work of twenty Swiss notables of modern and contemporary art. Think: Balthus, Fischer, Jean Tinguely and Alberto Giacometti.
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Gstaad, Switzerland July 15 - Sept 17, 2022 Hours Wed - Sun 11AM - 1PM 230PM - 6PM
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Gagosian Gstaad is pleased to announce Swiss Made: From Ferdinand Hodler to Urs Fischer, a group exhibition of painting, drawing, and sculpture by modern and contemporary Swiss artists, and figures associated with art brut. Swiss Made was inspired in part by Visionary Switzerland, a traveling exhibition curated by Harald Szeemann in 1992 for Kunsthaus Zürich. Szeemann framed his selection of work by iconoclastic artists in conscious opposition to the reductive notion of a Swiss “national” aesthetic, contradicting the widespread perception of Switzerland as a country without a history. The exhibition underscored the continuing influence of Constructivism and explored the legacy of the art brut tendency first identified and promoted by Jean Dubuffet in 1947. - Gagosian
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