Mrs. Almine Rech Ruiz-Picasso in conversation with artist Anthony Bannwart
Seeing the SolSarine Solar Power Project as a Regional Asset
What the artist is always looking for is the mode of existence in which soul and body are one and indivisible: in which the outward is expressive of the inward: in which form reveals.
Sandro Reuteler is fourth-generation managing director of Arnold Reuteler Holzbau AG in Grund. Sandro carved time out of his busy schedule to meet with GstaadLife and talk tradition, technology and the importance of sustainability.
From paper-cutting or découpages to textiles In 1937, a century after the French luxury house Hermès was founded, Robert Dumas, Émile Hermès’ sonin-law, designed the first scarf using woodblocks.
THE COMMERCE OF ART & THE ART OF COMMERCE
Charlotte Cotton is an international championship runner. Born in London, she lives in Spain, represents Belgium and spends large parts of each year in the Saanenland. Charlotte carved time out of her packed training and racing schedule to talk to GstaadLife.
Marc Stebler knows a thing or two about watches. He is a fourth-generation Stebler-Iff, a family with a long watchmaking and jewellery industry tradition. Following the family’s acquisition of Villiger Gstaad in 2019, Marc now heads up the boutique, renamed Stebler Gstaad.
Twenty years ago Caroline Freymond moved to Gstaad and established Menus Plaisirs – part gallery, part shop – right at the start of the art scene in the region.
Garrett Fisher has set himself a lofty goal: to photograph every non-polar glacier across the globe.
Garrett Fisher is on a mission. He recently finished documenting every glacier in the Alps. With Fisher’s ambition, however, there is no time for a break. The ultimate goal: document as many non-polar glaciers as possible.
Catherine Cosby is a force of nature.
The Untere Zwitzeregg high up in the Saanenland (altitude 1,700 metres) has been worked by Ueli Bach’s family since 1958. Last year the over 100-year-old mountain farm was completely demolished and rebuilt to modern specifications.