Artists in gallery spaces in Saanen and Pays d'Enhaut
LARGE SCALE PORTRAITS OF NATURE by Armin Grässl at the Arthanagr in Saanen. Ever charming and enchanting creations by skilled local artist Nathalie Rosat in her studio in Moulins. Juxtaposed Chris Calvet ancient vs contemporary at Hotel de Rougemont.
A personal connection at Naegeli
Studio Naegeli in Gstaad has carved a distinctive niche in the world of art galleries. Renowned for its intimate and personal approach to contemporary art, the latest exhibition, “Perfect Vision,” showcases artist Stephan Crasneanscki's remarkable work and exemplifies the relationships ...
"Perfect Vision" seamlessly blends simplicity with profound meaning!
REVIEW: Studio Naegeli’s newest exhibition and the artist behind this compelling showcase is none other than Stephan Crasneanscki, a visionary who not only stands as the founder and member of Soundwalk Collective, an international hub for experimental sound art but also as an individual who ...
You would not expect to see tranquillity and natural wonder in the ArtHangar in Saanen, where Armin Grässl's latest photography project, "Transforming Spaces," is currently on display.
My Morning in the Salt Mines
Captivating the Essence of Transience: A Review of Olympia Scarry's "Sound Travels Faster Under Water" Exhibition at Tarmak22 Gallery, Gstaad Airport.
As I stepped up into the hallowed space of Tarmak22 Gallery (at Gstaad Airport) this Saturday morning, I felt I was being transported into ...
GstaadLife No 5 | Editorial
In this issue, we are honoured to feature two remarkable women who have dedicated their lives to the pursuit of artistic excellence: pianist Alice Sara Ott and painter/sculptor Setsuko. Both have roots in Japan but have also embraced the influences of other cultures and traditions. Both have ...
Editor’s Pick – Ironman Artboy Attitude
When reading through the initial interview with Cooper, exhibiting at Maddox Gallery this summer, I was strangely fascinated by this young artist; his artwork was fun and fresh, but his work ethic was the real reason for my fascination. Tomorrow's his last day; go say hi and goodbye!
Gallery Summer Tips
Embrace the vivid connections between exhibitions this summer as colours take centre stage. I welcome the vibrant palette that fills the air with pure joy. This season celebrates expressive art, and I, for one, am absolutely loving it!
The Maddox Gallery in Gstaad opened a thrilling and vivid exhibition by American visual artist Cooper yesterday. Cooper will work from a pop-up studio in the gallery, providing visitors with a unique and immersive experience. GstaadLife caught up with him to talk art, inspiration and fondue.
Ex Libris: The Collection of HRH The Princess Maria Gabriella of Savoy sold at auction in Geneva on June 7th, 2023 at Piguet
Last month’s sale in New York of the Codex Sassoon, the oldest Hebrew Bible, for $38million, made it the most valuable manuscript ever to be offered at auction: shedding renewed light on a collecting category as old as auction houses themselves. Indeed, in 1744 Sotheby’s began as an auctioneer ...
An invitation to voyage: Vladimir Nabokov at the Jan Michalski Foundation until September 3rd
At the end of his life, the celebrated novelist, poet, and translator, Vladimir Nabokov (1899–1977) settled here in Switzerland at the Montreux Palace which commemorates him with a statue, and is buried nearby in idyllic Clarens. A precocious and pampered child in his native Imperial Russia, ...
Chalets, somewhere between passion and culture
A chalet is a chalet, isn't it? This question is partially answered by an equally informative, humorous and entertaining exhibition at the Swiss National Library in Bern. Worth a visit for a rainy spring day.
Walking on the Wild Side
As I was writing the article about the new exhibition “Wild Souls” at Studio Naegeli in the February issue of GstaadLife magazine, I had the absolute pleasure of meeting Griet Van Maldern afterwards, to talk about her work and life in general. We instantly struck a note, and the conversation ...
For the upcoming rainy days, it's worth checking out “A World Elsewhere”, a solo show by British artist Will Martyr, presented at Maddox Gallery until 25 March.