Christoph Studer Harper, Bocca di Cane, 2018.  Buche/ Lindenholz, Photo: Sandro Ilg
Elia Aubry, Vielleicht die tragische und definitive Stelle?, 2018. Hochdruck gerahmt, Dübelstangen aus Buchenholz, Gipsabguss, Gummizug, Buch, (Detailansicht)
Sibylla Walpen, Apreski, 2017. Schleifpapier, Langlaufski, Folie
Robert Aeberhard & Pekka Niskanen, Sounds that shouldn't be there, 2017. Installationsansicht, Photo: Pekka Niskanen
Vanessa Gageos, vacuus meter, 2016. Batterien, Holz, Schaumstoff, Metall
Andrea Rickhaus, Spielbeine, 2018. Holz und Gummiband
Sereina Steinemann, Knopf, 2018. Acryl auf Baumwolle 41 x 30 cm

Cantonale Berne Jura

At Kunsthaus Langenthal, the broad spectrum of artistic creation in the Cantonale region is visible in around two dozen positions. In painting and drawing, sculpture and installation, in sound and video works there are frequencies and currents, cross-country skis and laptops, fragile equilibria and fine lines, a cooperation with dogs, found footage from the street and from the web as well as voices of people who are rarely heard.

Artists:
Robert Aeberhard & Pekka Niskanen, Elia Aubry, Baum/Jakob, Carina Emery, Simon Fahrni, Vanessa Gageos, Christoph Hauri, Christine Hurst, Daniel Kurth, Shani Lawrence, Simon Ledergerber, Selina Lutz, Robin Mettler, Tamara Milosevic, Karen Amanda Moser, Nico Müller, Selina Reber, Andrea Rickhaus, Anja Schori, Sereina Steinemann, Christoph Studer-Harper, urslé von mathilde, Sibylla Walpen, Latefa Wiersch, Clemens Wild, Peter Zacek & Manfred ‚Vänçi‘ Stirnemann

program

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The exhibitions are generously supported by:

Opening hours during exhibitions

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

Holidays

Kunsthaus Langenthal
Marktgasse 13
CH-4900 Langenthal

+41 62 922 60 55

www.kunsthauslangenthal.ch