The Art Museum Graubünden aspires to give a representative overview of Ilse Weber’s work from her artistic breakthrough 1960 up until her death 1984. In eight chapters a new reading of this work is attempted in the exhibition as well as in the accompanying book. Alongside texts by Stephan Kunz, Elisabeth Bronfen, and Romina Ebenhöch,¬¬ Ilse Weber’s great relevance for recent Swiss art is expressed in a conversation with the artists Silvia Bächli and Rolf Winnewisser.
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URSULA PALLA: NOWHERELAND
Recently, Andy meets Warhol visited Ursula Palla’s exhibition “Nowhereland” at Bündner Kunstmuseum in Chur, Switzerland. The show features installations from the last 10 years in 13 rooms in the extension building and in the Villa Planta. The artist interweaves video with spatial sculptures and works with sensitive materials such as cast sugar, coal dust, and…