“Painting is like an invisible map that I’m working with and navigating with,” says Julius Baer Art Collection artist Charlotte Herzig. Discover the story behind her work ‘You can’t be seen until you learn to see’.
After a period of uncertainty and days spent patiently waiting: the exhibition ‘Claudio Moser: Gegen Osten’, which runs until 24 May 2021 at Kunstmuseum Solothurn, is showing works spanning twenty-five years of the artist’s creative output. It includes the photograph ‘Jedediah Smith’ (2001), which is on loan from the Julius Baer Art Collection.
Had you encountered Raphael Hefti this summer, leaning over anodising tanks at BWB-Betschart AG in the Swiss village Stans, you may have wondered whether the artist was lost in the factory. But Hefti opens up creative potential hidden within streamlined industrial processes and in so doing illuminates much about our society. We followed him to document his latest adventure.
Award-winning artist Louisa Gagliardi turns everyday moments into thought-provoking paintings. Her work ‘Ombre Rose’ is part of the Julius Baer Art Collection. We spoke with Louisa about her career, the arts scene in Switzerland and how 2020 is leaving its mark.
They squeak, they rattle, they turn. In keeping with the artist Jean Tinguely’s motto “The only stable thing is movement – everywhere and always,” the Julius Baer Art Collection lent four of the artist’s works to the Atelier Bar in Zurich. Let his former assistant and the restorer of Museum Tinguely bring the humorous story to life.
Agricultural rope. Straw cast in bronze. The Swiss artist David Renggli is no stranger to using unexpected materials to create his humorous and poetic works. In an interview at his studio outside Zurich, Renggli describes his inspiration and process, and shares the one thing he plans to avoid in future.
Artwork can be of immense aesthetic value, but it can also reflect its owner's values, traditions and even investment strategy. As many owners fail to consider the potential tax and legal implications of owning art at home and abroad, we have assembled the most important questions to ask yourself.
The intersection between sound and silence may seem daunting, obscure, and even impossible to portray. Enter Swiss-American artist Christian Marclay, whose vibrant pieces depict an astounding level of sound all the while being completely inaudible.
The art market is evolving to embrace new trends, digital advancements, and young, experimental artists. Rebecca Jennings from the Fine Art Group explains them all.
The Fotomuseum Winterthur and the Julius Baer Foundation awarded the Post-Photography Prototyping Prize (P3) at the Photographers’ Gallery in London on 16 May 2018. First conferred in 2016, P3 is a biennial award that supports artists, creative technologists and researchers questioning the changing role of photographic media.
Julius Baer is proud to be the exclusive international Co-Presenter of Art Fair Philippines ('ArtFairPh'), which will open its door officially to the public from 1 to 4 March, 2018. In its third year of partnership with ArtFairPh, Julius Baer will show some of the photography pieces from the Julius Baer Art Collection in the Philippines for the first time.
Julius Baer will be presenting two exclusively developed textile artworks by Swiss-Egyptian artist Karim Noureldin at Art Dubai between March 21 to March 24, 2018. This marks the fourth consecutive year that the bank is extending its support to the leading international art fair in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia.