Acquisition by the Canton of Zurich


The Art Collection of the Canton of Zurich purchases the titular watercolors from Eleonora Meier's exhibition.

Eleonora Meier
«When it Comes, the Landscape Listens» #2, 2022
Watercolor and pencil on paper
38.5 × 52.5 cm
Unique

Eleonora Meier
«When it Comes, the Landscape Listens #3», 2022
Watercolor, colored pencil and pencil on paper
118 × 82 cm
Unique

Acquisition by Zürcher Kantonalbank


Purchase of Eleonora Meier’s large-format watercolor by the art collection of the Zürcher Kantonalbank.

Eleonora Meier

«When it Comes, the Landscape Listens #10», 2022
Watercolor and graphite pencil on Hahnemühle paper
220 × 140 cm
Unique

Acquisition by the City of Zurich


The city of Zurich buys Talaya Schmid's 31-piece Soft Sculpture for its art collection.

Talaya Schmid
«United Nipple Altar», 2019
Tufted Soft Sculpture
Sheep wool, canvas, imitation leather, latex
31 Elements
170 × 170 × 3 cm

Talaya Schmid in Bowie Creators


«Well-known for her colorful "soft sculptures“, the artist doesn't hesitate to transcend the different mediums to convey her strong message. She is dismantling the patriarchic ways of thinking and instilling safe spaces where one can feel surrounded by love and discover themselves.»

Feature on Talaya Schmid in „Bowie Creators Magazine“

Bowie Creators, 11/15/2022

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Lorenz Olivier Schmid in Kunstbulletin


"The artist as a tinkerer in the laboratory: Lorenz Olivier Schmid investigates traces of natural processes and discovers in his research beauty even in decay. Chance plays a weighty role in this."

Niklaus Oberholzer on Lorenz Olivier Schmid's exhibition "Umnutzungsvorschlag" at Benzeholz, space for contemporary art, Meggen.

Kunstbulletin, 10/2022

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My Light in Kulturzüri


"This room is a place of retreat that is, to some extent, the complete opposite of the hectic daily hospital routine. An invitation to go into silence for a moment. For the hospital staff, for parents and relatives of the patients alike."

Gabriela Alvarez-Hummel on James Turrell's "My Light" at the Children's Hospital Zurich. Managed and mediated by König Büro.

Kulturzüri, 10/13/2022

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König Büro at the 1st Art Salon Zurich


"The Opening Evening on Wednesday with around 1500 invited guests showed that there is a great hunger for an art platform in Zurich."

Daniel Chardon on the first staging of Zurich's new art fair.

Art Of Magazine, 10/02/2022

Eleonora Meier in Tages-Anzeiger


"The worst weekend of your life? I almost only remember the good things."

Eleonora Meier in the "My Weekend" column.

Tages-Anzeiger, 09/17/2022

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Talaya Schmid in Hochparterre


"The work of artist Talaya Schmid proves how today's young female artists confidently deal with the subject of femininity."

Susanna Koeberle on the project "Atelier Vivant. Cosmos Lilly Keller and the Present“ with Talaya Schmid.

Hochparterre, 08/28/2022

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Lorenz Olivier Schmid's Solo Show


On 25 August, 2022 Lorenz Olivier Schmid's comprehensive solo show "Umnutzungsvorschlag" opens at Benzeholz, space for contemporary art in Meggen near Lucerne. Curated by Katrin Sperry.

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Antshi von Moos wins DOK.talent Award


Antshi von Moos wins this year's DOK.talent Award (formerly Pitch Award) with the film "Von Pflanzen und Menschen". It is awarded by the Haus des Dokumentarfilms in Stuttgart. With her film project, Antshi von Moos explores the silent suffering of plants and provides insights into the world of science, which is just beginning to understand how plants interact with their environment. "If we understood plant communication better, we would have to use fewer pesticides. Natural enemies can replace the poison. This is an important step towards a sustainable way of life that does not work against nature," she says. The project is still in its research and planning phase. The prize will help to move the work forward.

Dear Antshi, congratulations!

Dokumentarfilm.info, 16/5/2022

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Claudio Rasano in "The Guardian"


"Children themselves have been known to rebel against uniforms, especially as they approach the awkward age characterised by the need to fit in and the desire to stand out, all at the same time."

Claudio Rasano to the journalist Mark Brown, on the award-winning portrait photography from the series "Similar Uniforms: We Refuse to Compare". 

The Guardian, 15/11/2016

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Claudio Rasano at "NZZ Residence"


Rasano's photographs complete the style.

NZZ Residence, 1/2022

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Claudio Rasano at "Professional Photography"


"Notable for its simplicity and powerful directness, the image was commended by judges for its 'ability to create something beautiful out of the everyday'."

About Claudio Rasano as one of the world's best contemporary portrait photographers.

Professional Photography, January/February 2017

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Claudio Rasano in "The Times"


"By using natural light and a white background and having his subject wear the uniform of his Johannesburg school, Claudio Rasano highlights the significance of the strict uniform policy in South African schools."

Nancy Durrant in the Times, on the 2016 Taylor Wessing Prize and winner Claudio Rasano. Congratulations, Claudio!

The Times, 16/11/2016

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Talaya Schmid at the "Kunstbulletin"


"The exhibition Radical Soft is like a call: to break with patriarchal patterns of thinking, to recast words and spaces, and to find a more tender and caring way of dealing with each other and with oneself." 

Giulia Bernardi's exhibition review in the Kunstbulletin.

Kunstbulletin, 1–2/2022

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Talaya Schmid at "Curvy Magazine"


"The work pleads for a society without categorizations and is a declaration of love and total fusion of two people."

Laura Blöchl asks, "What is feminism?" And answers promptly, "Radically soft, of course!" In the Curvy Magazine, she reviews Talaya Schmid's exhibition "Radical Soft." 

Curvy Magazine, 27/1/2022

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Claudio Rasano at the "Kunstbulletin"


"He does not orchestrate, does not arrange. In his portraits he seeks the immediate encounter, the openness of a moment."

About Claudio Rasano, winner of the "Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2016", note in the Kunstbulletin.

Kunstbulletin, 1–2/2017

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