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Modeslicht mit Netzen fangen

Villa Grunholzer

Uster (CH)

April 13 - April 28, 2024 

Villa Grunholzer

Florastrasse 18

8610 Uster 



Saturday, April 13, 17:00 - 19:00


Opening hours: 

Thursday and Friday 16:00 - 18:00
Saturday and Sunday 14:00 - 17:00


Artist talk: 

Thursday, April 18, 19:00


Final event: 

Sunday, April 28, 14:00 - 17:00


"Mondlicht mit Netzen fangen", a group show presenting works by Ursula Conz Odermatt (Textile Art), Dani Fritschi (Photography), Marianne Theis (Painting) and Nicolas Vionnet (Painting, Object, Installation)


The four artists met and got to know each other over 10 years ago in Uster and have never lost contact over the years. In the current exhibition, they explore what exists and what connects them, consciously linking different approaches. "Mondlicht mit Netzen fangen" surprises with a variety of genres as well as site-specific works developed for the Villa Grunholzer space.


For further information on the exhibition and the Villa Grunholzer, please visit:

WAU! Tiere als Kunst
Eduard Spörri Museum
Wettingen (CH)

September 03, 2023 - June 16, 2024 

Museum Eduard Spörri
Bifangstrasse 17a
CH–5430 Wettingen

Opening: Sunday, September 3, 2023:

11 a.m.: Welcome to the season opening and vernissage of the exhibition "WAU!" by foundation board member Hubert Spörri.

11 a.m. - 5 p.m.: Program of events organized by the cultural institutions Galerie Gluri Suter Huus, Atelier Walter Huser, Historisches Museum Baden and Museum Eduard Spörri.

4 p.m.: Short guided tour through the exhibition "WAU!" with curator Dr. Marc Philip Seidel.


Exhibition: September 3, 2023 - June 16, 2024
Opening hours: Sat and Sun, 2 – 5 p.m.

"WAU!", an exhibition with works by
Eduard Spörri (1901–1995) and Garda Alexander, Micha Aregger, Pit Buehler, Mike Cadurisch, Hans Erni (1909–2015), Giovanni Giacometti (1868–1933), Walter Huser (1903–1981), Lea Jaecklin, Claude Kuhn, Herbert Leupin (1916–1999), Dominik Lipp, Giuliano Pedretti (1924–2012), Turo Pedretti (1896–1964), Ernst Platz (1867–1940), Nicolas Vionnet, Bruno Weber (1931–2011), Aletheia Zoeÿs

The animal in the arts is a great subject. Their artistic representation can be found in all cultural areas throughout the millennia, back to the stone reliefs of ancient advanced civilizations or the breathtaking cave paintings. In fables and children's films, animals even take on human traits, and in sacred contexts their symbolic content gains in significance. What is it that fascinates us humans so much about our close companions - whether at home, in the wild, in the zoo or in the museum?

Eduard Spörri's enthusiasm for animals is still evident today in his pencil sketches, plaster models and bronze casts for living rooms and public spaces. Based on his animal motifs, the current exhibition will present the works of eighteen artists and designers from over a hundred years.

For more information on guided tours and events please visit the Eduard Spörri Museum website.

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