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EXTRAORDINARY! UNKNOWN WORKS FROM SWISS PSYCHIATRIC INSTITUTIONS AROUND 1900

9. February – 19. May 2019

Kunstmuseum

The artworks created by patients in psychiatric institutions attract increasing interest from the public, but there exists very little research on the subject. In a unique project undertaken... more

Ida Applebroog

9. February – 19. May 2019

Kunstmuseum

Along with Extraordinaire!, selected works of the US-American artist Ida Applebroog (*1929 in New York) will also be shown for the first time in a solo exhibition in Switzerland. The... more

Ida Applebroog

9. February – 19. May 2019

Kunstmuseum / Projektraum Enter

Along with Extraordinaire!, selected works of the US-American artist Ida Applebroog (*1929 in New York) will also be shown for the first time in a solo exhibition in Switzerland. The... more

Uphill. Marquard Wocher’s mountainscapes yesterday and today

1. March – 28. April 2019

Thun-Panorama

The young Englishwoman Jemima Morell mentioned the mountains of the Bernese Oberland with reverent and enthusiastic amazement. As one of the first package tourists, she discovered Switzerland... more

Visual wonders

5. May – 1. December 2019

Thun-Panorama

Humans have always been fascinated by optical illusions. Throughout the ages of media and art history, inventors and artists have created apparatuses and works to remove the borders... more

AESCHLIMANN-CORTI-SCHOLARSHIP

8. June – 18. August 2019

Kunstmuseum

Every year, the Bernese Art Society BKG awards the Louise Aeschlimann and Margareta Corti Scholarship. It is the biggest private scholarship for visual artists awarded every year since... more

SOPHIE CALLE
REGARD INCERTAIN

7. September – 1. December 2019

Kunstmuseum

As one of the most important contemporary artists, Sophie Calle (*1953) deals with the thematic triangle of life, love and death. In minutely documented quests she often reflects the... more

Our programme 2019 is available here.