Art Talk News

  29.12.2023 Arts & Culture, Events, Gallery & Exhibitions, Arts & Culture


Always fun to see what Antonia Crespí is up to in her kaleidoscopic exposé chalet. This season, it will be home to Chanel’s chic pop-up store, where the entire Chanel universe is brought together for the first time in Gstaad. Virginie Viard’s latest ready-to-wear and accessories collections are displayed over 120 m2 on two levels, where silhouettes from the 2023/24 Cruise collection and the Coco Neige line are on display.

Chalet Chanel at Casa Gstaad, Lauenenstrasse 2, 3780 Gstaad.


“Picasso: unique etchings from the Crommelynck studio” For its inaugural exhibition in Gstaad, Almine Rech is featuring a selection of engravings by Pablo Picasso produced during his collaboration with the renowned printers Crommelynck; this survey offers a unique insight into Picasso's mastery of the printmaking medium.

Open until 3 February 2024.

ALMINE RECH, Bahnhofstrasse 1, Gstaad. Open until 3 February 2024.


Stéphanie Cramer and Michael Gumener are organising art exhibitions in the lovely gallery space called Hindergässli in Saanen. They showcase impressive works by Greek sculptor Panayiotis Vassilakis, known as Takis.

An artist with a prolific and visionary mind who endlessly explored artistic and scientific horizons. In response to train signals, radar, and communication systems, he created his first Signals.
Open until 28 January 2024.

HINDERGÄSSLI Hindergässli 1, Saanen
Instagram: hindergassli


Featuring a diverse selection of artworks from the private collection of Maja Hoffmann/Luma Foundation and Alex Hank. Surrounded by magnificent vistas of the Swiss Alps, artworks by Arthur Jafa, Wolfgang Tillmans, Banks Violette, and Dias & Riedweg will introduce an interesting and emotionally resonant experience in tune with the monochromatic winter landscape.
The exhibition will run until 28 January 2024.

Tarmak22, at Gstaad Airport. For opening hours, see:


Aurel Rubbish, a French artist, combines urban art with tradition by crafting large paper pieces. His work features fragments of faces merging with botanical and organic patterns, framed with intricate geometric motifs. The layering technique, incorporating vegetation, graffiti bubbles, and drips, is his recent focus. He repurposes old bearer bonds – worthless debt securities once used for tax evasion – for their colours and ornamentation, adding new value to these beautiful papers. Open until 25 February 2024.

GRAVITA PLENA by AUREL RUBBISH showing at Museum of Pays-d’Enhaut, Grand Rue 107, 1660 Château-d’Œx.

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