08 May – 29 June 2014
Aeschlimann Corti-Scholarship

The Aeschlimann Corti-Scholarship of the Bernese Art Society BKG is the most important private scholarship for visual artists in Switzerland. Participation is open to artist until the age of 40 who live at least since one year in the canton of Berne or who are citizen of a community in the canton Berne. The exhibition at the Kunsthaus Langenthal shows the selected and award winning works of the competition in 2014.

Artists present in the exhibition:
Lena Amuat & Zoë Meyer, Kyra Tabea Balderer, Nino Baumgartner, Linus Bill + Adrien Horni, Livia Di Giovanna, Jonas Etter, Sara Gassmann, Lukas Hoffmann, Alexander Jaquemet, Alain Jenzer,
Eva-Fiore Kovacovsky, Rebecca Rebekka, Karin Lehmann, Annina Matter / Urs Zahn, Gil Pellaton, Selina Reber, Tatiana Rihs, Marietta Schenk, Anja Schori, Gian-Andri Toendury, Vera Trachsel

Awards:
Main award: Jonas Etter und Annina Matter/ Urs Zahn
Promising award: Kyra Tabea Balderer

Jury:
Annick Haldemann, jury-president, BKG
Raffael Dörig, director Kunsthaus Langenthal
Renée Magaña, artist, Berne
Victorine Müller, artist, Zurich
Peter Stohler, director Kunstzeughaus Rapperswil

Das Aeschlimann Corti-Stipendium der Bernischen Kunstgesellschaft BKG wird getragen von der Aeschlimann Corti-Stiftung und unter­stützt von Jobst Wagner (Präsident der BKG von 1994-2004), Alex Wassmer (Präsident der BKG 2004-2013), vom Kanton Bern, der Stadt Bern und der Burgergemeinde Bern.

Wednesday, 07 May, 7 pm

Opening and Award Ceremony

Welcome: Raffael Dörig, director Kunsthaus Langenthal; introduction: Holger Hoffmann, president BKG; record of the jury and award ceremony: Annick Haldemann, president of the jury; followed by drinks

Friday, 09 May, from 7 pm

Cultural Night in Langenthal

Sunday, 25 May and 15 June, 11 am

Guided Tours

Wednesday, 14 May and 18 June, 12–12.30 am

Art at Lunch

Friday, 27 June, 6.30 pm
Bar open from 6 pm

Art Bar

Tour and talk with participating artists and summer party

Saturday, 17 May,
10 –11.30 am

Children's Club

For children at the age of 7 to 12

Sunday, 25 May, 11–12.30 am

Children's Workshop

For children at the age of 7 to 12


Opening hours during exhibitions

Wednesday to Friday 2–5 pm
Saturday, Sunday 10 am–5 pm
Closed Monday and Tuesday