Oscar Tuazon at Eva Presenhuber, Zürich

Press release: Galerie Eva Presenhuber is pleased to present “See Through,” the gallery’s third solo-exhibition featuring new works by the Los Angeles-based artist Oscar Tuazon. Oscar Tuazon‘s sculptural oeuvre is situated at the border of art, architecture and technology. His large-scale works – shown in exhibition spaces as well as public space and nature –

Luigi Ghirri at Mai 36, Zürich

Press Release: “It seems almost as though the gaze were divided into two incompatible and irreconcilable categories: perception on the one hand, and poetry on the other. What I am interested in, however, is in ending the balance between these two extremes. (…) Photography thus becomes a form of awareness on the boundary between the

Alex Hubbard at Eva Presenhuber, Zurich

Galerie Eva Presenhuber is very pleased to be opening its exhibition space in the Löwenbräu Complex with BENT PAINTINGS (WHY HORSES PAINT), an exhibition of new work by American artist Alex Hubbard. In his first solo show at the gallery, the New York based artist presents his “Bent Paintings” and a video work. The sculptural

Matias Faldbakken at Eva Presenhuber, Zurich

‘No’ is, generally speaking, a better answer than ‘Yes’ (Flann O’Brien) I would prefer not to. (Bartleby, the scrivener) Galerie Eva Presenhuber is pleased to present the exhibition “SHALL I WRITE IT” with new work by Oslo-based Norwegian artist Matias Faldbakken. As an artist, Matias Faldbakken came to international prominence with his disconcerting, direct and

John Baldessari at Mai 36, Zurich

We are pleased to announce our next exhibition presenting a new body of work by John Baldessari. The artist lives and works in Santa Monica, California. One of the world’s most important icons of conceptual art, Baldessari is celebrating his eightieth birthday with this exhibition. His work has influenced generations of artists, including Cindy Sherman,

John Tremblay at Francesca Pia, Zurich

 On view at Francesca Pia Gallery are six to eight new works by John Tremblay. Comprised of colorful abstract paintings and wooden wall pieces, the exhibition concerns the precision of mechanical process and the articulation of a hand-made geometry. Slot Effect, a teak veneered wall sculpture has five intentionally varied and randomly distanced horizontal slots.

Hans Josephsohn at Hauser & Wirth, Zurich

Hauser & Wirth Zürich is pleased to present a selection of sculptures by Hans Josephsohn, many of which have been cast in brass for the first time. Curated by the renowned Swiss architect Peter Märkli in collaboration with Kesselhaus Josephsohn, the exhibition will include Josephsohn’s half and standing figures as well as his reliefs, a