05 February – 29 March 2015

Charlotte Herzig und Andreas Hochuli Il frutto dentro di me

 

The primary medium of Charlotte Herzig and Andreas Hochuli (born 1982) is painting. For the two artists from the French-speaking part of Switzerland it is the first institutional solo exhibition and the first major presentation in the German part of Switzerland. Herzig works in acrylics, watercolor, lithography and wallpainting on abstraction resonating floral, architectural and ornamental forms. Hochulis images are created on the computer with found, manipulated images and texts and then brought to the screen with a manual, standardized template method.

 

Die Basis
A collective experiment with 38 artists

Artists: Kathrin Affentranger, Julia Bodamer & Sereina Steinemann, Anja Braun, Daniela Brugger, Jeremias Bucher, Martin Chramosta, Simon Fahrni, Ramon Feller, Chri Frautschi, Sara Gassmann, Delphine Chapuis Schmitz, Miriam Sturzenegger, Bernhard Hegglin, Jan Hostettler, Huber.Huber, Martin Jakob, Andreas Kalbermatter & Dominic Michel & Mia Sanchez, Anastasia Katsidis, George Kilo, Daniel Kurth, Mohéna Kühni, Matthias Liechti, Ivan Mitrovic, Karen Moser, Nico Müller, Markus Müller, Gil Pellaton, Levent Pinarci, Maya Rochat, Lorenzo Salafia, Ines Marita Schärer, Gian-Andri Töndury, Angela Wüst, Aline Zeltner

 

 

 

 

 

The exhibitions are generously supported by:

Wednesday, 04 February, 7 pm

Opening

Introduction: Raffael Dörig, director Kunsthaus Langenthal, followed by drinks

Friday, 20 February, 6.30 pm; Bar open from 6 pm

Art Bar – Die Basis 1

Talk and drinks with the artists present in the exhibition

Friday, 06 March, 6.30 pm; Bar open from 6 pm

Art Bar with Charlotte Herzig and Andreas Hochuli

Guided visit, talk and bar

Friday, 27 March, 6.30 pm; Bar open from 6 pm

Art Bar – Die Basis 2

Finissage party with surprises

Sunday, 08 February
and 01 March, 11 am

Guided Tours

Wednesday, 18 February
and 11 March, 12–12.30 am

Art at Lunch

Saturday, 28 February, 10 –11.30 am

Children's Club 1: with spattle and stencil

Experiments with new techniques.
For children at the age of
7 to 12

Sunday, 28 February, 11–12.30 am

Workshop for young people

We create images with stencils made on computer and cut with a plotter or manually.
For young people between 12 and 16 years old. Free.

Saturday, 21 March, 10–11.30 am

Children's Club 2: artist live

We meet an artist present in the exhibition.
For children at the age of
7 to 12

Opening hours

Wednesday to Friday
2 – 5 pm
Saturday and Sunday
10 am – 5 pm

Special opening hours by arrangement

Closed Monday and Tuesday