Tracey Rose (*1974) has been a radical voice in the international art world since the mid-1990s. The Kunstmuseum Bern is presenting the largest retrospective to date of the South African performance artist, whose works explore themes such as post-colonialism, gender and racism. The focus is on the power of performance art and the body, which for Tracey Rose is a [...]
The permanent exhibition Kosmos Klee. The collection offers visitors a chronological overview of Klee's artistic oeuvre and presents around seventy works as well as biographical material and archive items, which are changed regularly. Smaller focus exhibitions relating to Paul Klee and his work are shown in one room at a time. FOCUS: Hamed Abdalla (1917-1985) The Egyptian artist [...]
Otto Piene (1928-2014) pursued ambitious goals with his art: Not only did he literally extend his artistic scope to the heavens with floating sky art and media projections, his works were also intended to contribute to a more harmonious, peaceful and sustainable world. Thematically structured, the monographic exhibition Otto Piene. Paths to Paradise traces the vision [...]
Every year in January, renowned artists from Switzerland and around the world come together in Basel for the Mizmorim Festival. The focus is always on the encounter between old and new Jewish and Western art music. But Mizmorim is more than just a music festival. It is an attempt to use music to build bridges between different religions and traditions.