Kunsthoch co-founder Nadine Wietlisbach takes a look at Lucernes art scence, reveals her personal highlights and explains why art is more necessary than ever, especially
About the capture of transience. A reflexion.
Joëlle Bischof and Robin Lütolf are a duo and they make art. Together they tinker with concepts. Together they also exhibit. How they get from an idea to an installation and what that means to them, they revealed in an interview – via Zoom.
With child and all, Claudia Kübler sets off for South Africa to take up the Pro Helvetia artist residency.
The art pavilion PTTH://: in Lucerne becomes a mashup: on four weekends in April, the BROTCAST (pun made from the words bread (Brot) and broadcast) collective will broadcast up to 10 hours live into our living rooms.
Heikedine Günther wants to make the invisible visible. Because at the end of the day, her core paintings are about the essential. The core. But what is that supposed to be?
In her artistic work, top model Sandra Wildbolz explores the psychological connections between humans and nature. Glam, yoga and punk elements are combined by her with nature. In Switzerland and Italy, her work is now being rediscovered.
The artist Drüegg is known for his turquoise, itself repeating little houses-landscapes, which he prefers to paint on walls. The walls should be large, he likes these especially. The year 2020 was unpredictable for artists like him. A look back shows how it has been for him.
Susanne König is a gallery owner by conviction. She gives everything for art, loves to take risks and to follow fate. Even when she opened her gallery and the lockdown got declared.
She feels at home between the worlds and finds categories beautiful but unnecessary. My Lien also sometimes rantes about art without statement, and stories about and not by minorities annoy her. A portrait of a visual storyteller.