Following on from Damien Hirst’s 12ft sculpture The Monk South African born artist & engineer, Conor Mccreedy has also produced an installation at St. Moritz.
Thomas J Price’s multidisciplinary practice confronts preconceived public attitudes towards representation and identity. For his first solo exhibition in Switzerland, titled ‘The Space Between’, Price presents a selection of small and large-scale sculpture spanning two decades, alongside two film works that show another dimension of his practice.
Mauro Perucchetti to unveil a new series of Immersive Sculptural 3D Paintings in a highly anticipated solo exhibition in St.Moritz,… Read More
Gus Van Sant: Mona Lisa, an exhibition of new paintings by the Los Angeles-based artist and acclaimed American filmmaker
Vito Schnabel Gallery is to present Gus Van Sant: Mona Lisa, an exhibition of new paintings by the Los Angeles-based artist and acclaimed American filmmaker.
For the first time, a joint exhibition brings together the work of the renowned Austrian artist Maria Lassnig (b. 1919, Carinthia, Austria, d. 2014, Vienna, Austria) and the ground-breaking US artist Cindy Sherman (b. 1954, Glenn Ridge, New Jersey) at Hauser & Wirth St. Moritz.
A major exhibition of over 40 works by Damien Hirst will open in St. Moritz, Switzerland, across four locations from 23 January – 28 February 2021.
Damien Hirst has installed a 12ft sculpture the Monk in the middle of a frozen lake in St Moritz as part of a new exhibition called Mental Escapology
Available to view in person and online, the significant collection of 19 drawings and paintings reveals Guston’s complete commitment to direct experience, moving between a pictorial language relating to his studio and painting tools, to contemplative motifs of his wife, the poet Musa McKim, and their shared lives together.
In ‘Online Disconnected (Hyper-Poem Lockdown)’ (2020) Brüggemann’s choice of words force us to reflect on our online existence of scrolling and constant consumption.