A list of exhibitions I visited. 100
2022 15
Date Name Museum Pictures Rating
2022-10-30
Achille Laugé Fondation de l’Hermitage, Lausanne, Switzerland Achille Laugé
(3.5)
Yet another painter I had never heard of. Some beautiful paintings.
2022-10-16
Pauline Julier - Meadow Musée de Bagnes, Le Châble, Switzerland
(3.5)
Exhibition located in Fionnay, around the Bassin de Compensation. An intriguing set of photos taken between Chile and Mars, among others.
2022-09-17
Permanent exhibition Basel Paper Mill, Basel, Switzerland Permanent exhibition
(4.0)
A relatively small museum, ideal for children and adults alike. It's informative and entertaining at the same time, with quite a lot of items on display.
2022-08-09
Permanent exhibition. Antoine de Saint Exupéry, Un Petit Prince parmi les Hommes. L'Envol des Pionniers, Toulouse, France Permanent exhibition. Antoine de Saint Exupéry, Un Petit Prince parmi les Hommes.
(4.0)
It's important to understand and remember that sending a letter accross the world, less than a century ago, was something completely crazy and difficult. At least sometimes. Courageous people risked their lives. Now, of course, you just send an email or a WhatsApp message, but there's less adventure in the process.
2022-08-08
Permanent exhibition Cité de l'Espace, Toulouse, France Permanent exhibition
(4.25)
We've only seen a small part of the Cité de l'Espace, as it's quite big. The presentation of the Mars rovers was particularly well done. Also the part about the new Moon missions, explaining how human beings will be able to live on the Moon, etc., was interesting for adults, as well as for our 4-year-old son. We live exciting times and the exhibit managed to convey that.
2022-08-07
Permanent exhibition Halle de la Machine, Toulouse, France Permanent exhibition
(4.5)
We already visited Les Machines de l'Île and the Grand Éléphant in Nantes in 2020. That was already a fantastic experience. The Minotaur is breathtaking as well and we had the opportunity to see the Dragon Horse before it's going back to China. That was an incredible experience.
2022-05-27
Permanent exhibition (incl. Encountering Böcklin) Kunstmuseum, Basel, Switzerland Permanent exhibition (incl. Encountering Böcklin)
(4.0)
We only had the time to visit the permanent exhibition, including a section dedicated to Böcklin, which I really liked. The last time we visited the museum, in 2010, the Neubau building didn't exist (it was inaugurated in 2016). I also really liked the "20th century / classic modernism" part of the Hauptbau.
2022-05-26
Plastic: Remaking Our World Vitra Campus, Weil am Rhein, Germany Plastic: Remaking Our World
(3.75)
An impressive campus/site. The temporary exhibition was well done, starting with factual information, then more depressing facts (pollution, microplastics, etc.), and then positive themes (algae-based plastic, ocean/river cleaning, etc.).
2022-05-25
Passages – Landscape, Figure and Abstraction. Gerhard Richter: "Mood". Fondation Beyeler, Basel, Switzerland Passages – Landscape, Figure and Abstraction. Gerhard Richter: "Mood".
(3.25)
I really like some of the artists presented (Braque, Cézanne, Ernst, Giacometti, van Gogh, Miró, etc.), but too many of the paintings fell into the "single-color-or-single-line" category for my taste. We'll probably come back to the Fondation Beyeler, but we'll choose the exhibition a bit more carefully.
2022-04-29
After Nature Humboldt Forum, Berlin, Germany After Nature
(3.25)
We probably didn't have enough time to fully experience the exhibition, so we were a bit underwhelmed.
2022-04-27
Berlin Global Humboldt Forum, Berlin, Germany Berlin Global
(4.0)
An experimental/interactive exhibition. Many things to see/read. Quite thought-provoking as well.
2022-04-27
Paul Gauguin - Why Are You Angry? Permanent exhibition. Alte Nationalgalerie, Berlin, Germany Paul Gauguin - Why Are You Angry? Permanent exhibition.
(4.0)
A museum like I like them. Three floors. Huge rooms. Many paintings. I especially liked the room dedicated to Caspar David Friedrich. I first visited it in 2009. The Paul Gauguin exhibition was thought-provoking.
2022-04-25
Asisi Panorama Berlin Asisi Panorama, Berlin, Germany Asisi Panorama Berlin
(3.75)
In theory, it was just a huge picture in a room, so I was ready to be underwhelmed, but it was actually a captivating experience.
2022-03-19
Jean Dubuffet Fondation Pierre Gianadda, Martigny, Switzerland Jean Dubuffet
(3.25)
The exhibition itself was pretty good, I guess, but I was not particularly touched/moved by the paintings.
2022-01-05
Womanhouse 2021 Le Manoir de la Ville de Martigny, Martigny, Switzerland Womanhouse 2021
(3.0)
We watched a good part of Maso et Miso vont en bateau. The original TV show, Encore un jour et l'année de la femme, ouf ! C'est fini, would probably be unthinkable nowadays and this is a good thing. We also spent 10-15 minutes listening to an interview with an anonymous woman. This is the kind of exhibitions that ask quite a lot of effort from the visitor.
2021 10
Date Name Museum Pictures Rating
2021-12-12
Van Gogh Alive Beaulieu, Lausanne, Switzerland Van Gogh Alive
(3.5)
This might seem like a cliché, but I love Van Gogh. I've seen his paintings in Amsterdam and in various museums around the world. Seing them in a "multimedia experience" (whatever that means in 2021) is not the same as seing paintings on the walls of a museum, but it's nevertheless a good way to discover them. Everything was not perfect (the sound, in particular, could have been better), but this form of experimental museology is probably the way to go. In my opinion, art is best experienced in a dedicated physical space, but there are various ways to do it. Technology can help and I hope to see other similar experiences in the future.
2021-11-13
Caillebotte - Impressionniste et moderne Fondation Pierre Gianadda, Martigny, Switzerland Caillebotte - Impressionniste et moderne
(3.75)
A painter I didn't know. We spent more time on his most well-known paintings, among which Le Pont de l'Europe and Les raboteurs de parquet, but I liked his landscape paintings as well, such as Avenue de la Villa des Fleurs à Trouville, maybe because I saw the Hans Emmenegger exhibition a couple of weeks before.
2021-10-28
Hans Emmenegger Fondation de l’Hermitage, Lausanne, Switzerland Hans Emmenegger
(3.5)
I wasn't familiar with Hans Emmenegger at all. I really liked his paintings of forest interiors. And it can seem weird, but his paintings of snow melting were also intriguing. I guess when you're a good painter, you can paint anything and still trigger strong emotions in the viewer.
2021-10-24
Francis Alÿs. As Long as I'm Walking Musée cantonal des Beaux-Arts, MCBA, Lausanne, Switzerland Francis Alÿs. As Long as I'm Walking
(3.75)
I was ready to be completely confused, but I enjoyed this exhibition, thanks to our guide. It has a link with meditation (walking meditation, at least). I especially liked Reel-Unreel. I think most if not all videos I saw are available online, but it's different to see them in a special context such as a museum. You give them more attention.
2021-08-06
Permanent exhibition / Le chanoine Bourban et les premières églises d'Agaune Abbaye de Saint-Maurice d'Agaune, Saint-Maurice, Switzerland Permanent exhibition / Le chanoine Bourban et les premières églises d'Agaune
(3.5)
I first visited the abbey in 2002. The archaeological site was "brand new" at the time.
2021-07-22
Permanent exhibition Abbey of Saint Gall, St. Gallen, Switzerland Permanent exhibition
(3.75)
Including the Abbey Library of Saint Gall (Stiftsbibliothek) and the Cathedral (Stiftskirche St. Gallus und Otmar).
2021-07-07
Permanent exhibition Verkehrshaus, Lucerne, Switzerland Permanent exhibition
(4.0)
A fantastic museum for children. I remember being very excited about it the first time I visited it (in the late 1980s?).
2021-07-06
Paul Klee - I Want to Know Nothing / Giant=Creation - The World of Adolf Wölfli. Zentrum Paul Klee, Bern, Switzerland Paul Klee - I Want to Know Nothing / Giant=Creation - The World of Adolf Wölfli.
(3.75)
I was particularly intrigued by the temporary exhibition about Adolf Wölfli. This was a fascinating trip into his obsessed mind.
2021-05-23
Permanent exhibition Musée cantonal des Beaux-Arts, MCBA, Lausanne, Switzerland Permanent exhibition
(3.5)
No temporary exhibitions that day. We'll have to visit it again someday. The building itself is pretty nice.
2021-05-21
Permanent exhibition Barryland - Musée et Chiens du Saint Bernard, Martigny, Switzerland
(2.5)
It could be better and they're working on it (24-million project, apparently).
2020 3
Date Name Museum Pictures Rating
2020-09-20
Permanent exhibition Spielzeug Welten Museum, Basel, Switzerland Permanent exhibition
(4.0)
I honestly didn't expect to enjoy this museum as much as I did. We mainly went there because (thanks?) to our 2-year old son. This was a brief magical return to childhood.
2020-08-03
Permanent exhibition / Hent Port musée, Douarnenez, France Permanent exhibition / Hent
(3.5)
Not necessarily my cup of tea, but quite well done. Includes a paintings section.
2020-02-20
Mondes (im)parfaits Maison d'Ailleurs, Yverdon-les-Bains, Switzerland Mondes (im)parfaits
(4.0)
Very nice exhibition around Les Cités obscures by François Schuiten and Benoît Peeter. It was the first time I visited the Maison d'Ailleurs, an impressive little museum (the library is gorgeous). Now I really need to (re)read all the Cités obscures series!
2019 8
Date Name Museum Pictures Rating
2019-11-09
Rodin – Giacometti Fondation Pierre Gianadda, Martigny, Switzerland Rodin – Giacometti
(4.0)
"Exposition organisée par le Musée Rodin et la Fondation Giacometti". I really liked this exhibition, as I'm already a "fan" of Giacometti. The parallels/comparisons with Rodin made it clear that no artist exists in a vacuum.
2019-07-31
Permanent exhibition Narvik War Museum, Narvik, Norway Permanent exhibition
(3.75)
I'm not a fan of history museums, but this one is pretty good. Especially the (more artistic/experimental) end of the exhibition.
2019-07-25
Permanent exhibition World Heritage Rock Art Centre - Alta Museum, Alta, Norway Permanent exhibition
(4.25)
We spent a lot of time outside. The rock carvings (there are thousands of them) are really impressive. It's crazy to think that some of those carvings are more than 6000 years old.
2019-07-22
Permanent exhibition Polarmuseet, Tromsø, Norway Permanent exhibition
(3.25)
Hunting is definitely not my cup of tea, but it's part of Norway's culture/history, so I guess that museum, objectively, is good. I cannot say I was fascinated by what I saw/read, though.
2019-07-20
Vigeland installation Frognerparken, Oslo, Norway Vigeland installation
(4.0)
This is a park including the Vigeland installation, which consists of hundreds (?) of sculptures, in a kind of outdoor museum. The sculptures are sometimes funny, sometimes shocking, and almost always weird. I really liked it.
2019-07-19
Permanent exhibition Frammuseet, Oslo, Norway Permanent exhibition
(4.0)
I think I already visited that museum in 2002, but I'm not sure. Two huge ships and a lot of text/information. A really impressive museum.
2019-07-19
Permanent exhibition Viking Ship Museum, Oslo, Norway Permanent exhibition
(4.0)
Three burial ships (well showcased) and many artefacts.
2019-02-09
Trésors impressionnistes - La Collection Ordrupgaard Fondation Pierre Gianadda, Martigny, Switzerland Trésors impressionnistes - La Collection Ordrupgaard
(3.5)
"Degas, Cézanne, Monet, Renoir, Gauguin, Matisse..."
2018 5
Date Name Museum Pictures Rating
2018-12-22
David Lynch - Fire in City Musée Alexis Forel, Morges, Switzerland David Lynch - Fire in City
(3.5)
A way better exhibition than the one in Sion. The museum itself is bigger. We're still talking about lithographs, but there were more of them and they were more interesting. One original lithography stone was also exposed and the same video about the Idem presses in Paris was shown.
2018-11-11
David Lynch - Dreams - A Tribute to Fellini Maison du Diable, Sion, Switzerland David Lynch - Dreams - A Tribute to Fellini
(2.5)
It's hard to rate such a small exhibition. It's basically ten lithographs (edition 12 our of 30), one original lithography stone, a small video by David Lynch about the lithography process in Paris, a couple of pictures of David Lynch working on lithography stones (or metal plates?), and the David Lynch: The Art Life documentary, which I had already seen in 2017. I was probably the only visitor that day.
2018-08-02
Julian Charrière - An Invitation to Disappear Musée de Bagnes, Le Châble, Switzerland Julian Charrière - An Invitation to Disappear
(3.0)
Exhibition located a the top of the Mauvoisin Dam. "Charrière's new work traces the historical and geographical path between Mount Tambora in Indonesia, which erupted in 1815, and the Alps. It follows the entangled threads of climate devastation, monocultural farming, and an imaginary in which apocalyptic ecological threats find poetic utterance in the aesthetic of the sublime." Yes: the sublime; Charrière's photos are simply beautiful. There's a link between the 1815 eruption of Mount Tambora and the 1818 Giétro Glacier catastrophe, which makes those photos even more poignant.
2018-07-20
Soulages Fondation Pierre Gianadda, Martigny, Switzerland Soulages
(3.0)
Mainly black paintings. I understand the concept and why it's an interesting one, but it fails to trigger any discernible emotion in me, one way or the other.
2018-04-28
Toulouse-Lautrec - A la Belle Epoque - French Cancans Fondation Pierre Gianadda, Martigny, Switzerland Toulouse-Lautrec - A la Belle Epoque - French Cancans
(3.5)
Posters and prints are not particularly my cup of tea, but it was a nice exhibition nevertheless. There was also a section with drawings/prints by Pablo Picasso, which I liked.
2017 24
Date Name Museum Pictures Rating
2017-10-20
Permanent exhibition / Items: Is Fashion Modern? / Max Ernst: Beyond Painting The Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA Permanent exhibition / Items: Is Fashion Modern? / Max Ernst: Beyond Painting
(3.75)
I forgot to comment on this museum, so I'm reviewing it six months later. I enjoyed it less than expected. It's definitely not a bad museum, far from it, but after visiting the Metropolitan Museum of Art a few days before, I guess it was a bit of a letdown.
2017-10-19
Permanent exhibition Frick Collection, New York, USA
(3.5)
We spent a bit more than an hour and a half in this museum. It was more impressive than the Richard H. Driehaus Museum in Chicago, but somewhat similar (rich person's house with expensive art, furniture, and decorative objects). The collection itself (paintings) was moderately interesting, but the audio guide was very well done and I enjoyed the visit. Some of the paintings were from famous artists (Degas, Manet, Monet), but most of them were from artists that were unknown to me.
2017-10-17
Permanent exhibition / The Theater of Disappearance / Rodin at The Met Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA Permanent exhibition / The Theater of Disappearance / Rodin at The Met
(4.5)
We started with the highlights tour. The guide was really nice and her explanations were really easy to understand (i.e. not too technical). One hour and seven pieces of art later, we started a proper tour of a rather small subset of the museum. We went to the Roof Garden (The Theater of Disappearance special exhibit), the Greek and Roman Art section (statues, etc.), the Modern and Contemporary Art section, the 19th- and Early 20th-Century European Paintings and Sculpture section, and, finally, the European Paintings, 1250-1800 section (a lot more quickly, just before the museum closed). More than six hours in this fantastic museum was still not enough to see everything. Definitely one of the best museums I've ever visited.
2017-10-14
Permanent exhibition National WWII Museum, New Orleans, USA
(4.0)
I really liked this museum, even though, as I already wrote for the Yūshūkan War Memorial Museum entry, I'm not a fan of history. It contains a good mix of texts, documents, and videos. It presents an American point of view, of course, but it's probably way less controversial than the Yūshūkan War Memorial Museum. Some of the topics were more sensitive (racism, treatment of the minority groups, and, in particular, of the Japanese Americans, etc.), but presented in a transparent way. The atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki were, I think, presented in a sufficiently detailed way (it's difficult to say what a "neutral" point of view would look like...). I realized I really don't know much about the Pacific War (I didn't even know Australia was bombed during the war...). We spent three hours in the museum, but it was not enough. Unfortunately, we had to go a bit faster through the "Road to Tokyo" and "Road to Berlin" exhibits.
2017-10-11
Permanent exhibition Richard H. Driehaus Museum, Chicago, USA Permanent exhibition
(3.0)
My rating is a bit harsh, but I was expecting more. This is basically a house that belonged to a rich banker, acquired by Driehaus, that now hosts the Driehaus Collection. A lot of furniture and posters. The first floor was the most impressive. It's expensive for what it is.
2017-10-10
Permanent exhibition / Tarsila do Amaral: Inventing Modern Art in Brazil Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, USA Permanent exhibition / Tarsila do Amaral: Inventing Modern Art in Brazil
(4.5)
One of the highlights of our trip to Chicago. This is my type of museum. Huge. Beautiful paintings everywhere. I especially liked the 19th- and 20th-century sections. Of course, we haven't had the time to visit the whole museum. The restaurant (Terzo Piano) was also excellent and a welcome pause during our 6-hour visit.
2017-10-05
Chefs-d'oeuvre de la collection Bührle - Manet, Cézanne, Monet, Van Gogh... Fondation de l’Hermitage, Lausanne, Switzerland Chefs-d'oeuvre de la collection Bührle - Manet, Cézanne, Monet, Van Gogh...
(3.5)
A lot of well-known painters. A lot of good paintings. A couple of excellent ones (Van Gogh's "Semeur, soleil couchant", among others).
2017-09-17
Claudio Moser - I come from the other side Musée de Bagnes, Le Châble, Switzerland Claudio Moser - I come from the other side
(2.0)
Exhibition located a the top of the Mauvoisin Dam. Let's just say that I'm not a fan and that I regularly said to myself: "Hey, I could have taken that photograph." It's not bad, though.
2017-09-09
Cézanne - Le chant de la terre Fondation Pierre Gianadda, Martigny, Switzerland Cézanne - Le chant de la terre
(3.75)
I was not impressed by the still life section, but some of the landscapes were gorgeous. The baigneuses/baigneurs section (covering about 30 years) was nice. I liked the portraits, too.
2017-07-22
Permanent exhibition Chaplin's World, Vevey, Switzerland Permanent exhibition
(4.0)
A very nice museum, for children and adults. The omnipresence of wax figures gives the place a special touch. They're sometimes almost disturbing, especially when you don't realize right away that they're not visitors. There is a nice balance between the texts to read, the movies to watch, and the movie sets to visit. The Champ de Ban Estate Manor is also interesting. The bathroom with Einstein in front of the mirror is a funny experience. It's a symbol of the whole museum/manor, in a way.
2017-06-10
Hodler Monet Munch. Peindre l'impossible. Fondation Pierre Gianadda, Martigny, Switzerland Hodler Monet Munch. Peindre l'impossible.
(3.75)
A lot of landscapes, particularly mountains by Hodler. Maybe a bit too much for my taste, even though some of them are excellent. Some familiar views around Lake Geneva. A couple of fantastic paintings by Monet and Munch.
2017-04-21
Permanent exhibition Kyoto International Manga Museum, Kyoto, Japan
(3.75)
It looks like a huge library with about 300'000 manga books, magazines, and other items. As a complete neophyte when it comes to mangas, I found it a little disconcerting (this time in a bad way). The central room had a lot of explanations that were interesting and fun to read, though.
2017-04-21
Postwar German Posters for Films / Permanent exhibition National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto, Japan
(3.5)
The permanent exhibition was a bit disappointing (too small), but the Postwar German Posters for Films exhibition was interesting (although it could have been better structured).
2017-04-15
Many small exhibitions Design Festa Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
(3.5)
Not really a museum, but a gallery, with 15-20 small rooms / temporary exhibitions, most of them by students or artists trying to get known. I was not particularly impressed by the paintings, drawings, etc. in themselves, but going into a small room, where the artist is present, looking at her/his art in front of her/him, and repeating the experience many times is a disconcerting experience (in a good way, if that makes sense).
2017-04-15
Permanent exhibition Nezu Museum, Tokyo, Japan
(3.5)
Not a bad museum, but definitely not my cup of tea (a heterogeneous collection of paintings, ceramics, textiles, etc.). The garden is absolutely beautiful, though.
2017-04-15
All Aboard! The Cat Bus to the Ghibli Forest / Permanent exhibition Ghibli Museum, Tokyo, Japan
(4.0)
This is a museum for children and adults. Many, many small things to see (drawings, in particular, books, photos, etc.). Isao Takahata's personal photos from his trip to Switzerland in the 70s were quite funny. The museum is not too big and probably always almost full, so some rooms were very crowded and definitely less pleasant to visit. I was a bit disappointed to learn that not all of Miyazaki's short movies are shown at the same time (only one is shown at a given period and they're rotated regularly). I guess I'll have to settle for the bad-quality bootlegs that you can find online...
2017-04-14
Permanent exhibition Ukiyo-e Ōta Memorial Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan
(4.0)
A rather small museum with a selection of ukiyo-e prints/paintings from a 12'000-piece collection. Some of them are serious. Some of them are funny. The styles, subjects, etc. are quite different. So a nice and quick visit.
2017-04-11
Marcel Breuer's Furniture: Improvement for good / Permanent exhibition National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, Japan
(4.0)
Smaller than expected, but, overall, I really liked this museum. Lots of paintings, sculptures, video installations, etc. We had fun watching Hideo, It’s Me, Mama by Mako Idemitsu, but didn't have enough time to watch it until the end, unfortunately.
2017-04-11
Permanent exhibition Yūshūkan War Memorial Museum, Tokyo, Japan
(3.5)
I'm not a fan of history (and ashamed of admitting it) and even less interested in military/war museums. Objectively, it looks like an interesting museum, with a lot of texts to read - some of them quite controversial (i.e. revisionist), apparently - and some impressive military artefacts (planes, etc.).
2017-04-09
The Art of Disney - The Magic of Animation / Permanent exhibition National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation (Miraikan), Tokyo, Japan
(4.0)
The permanent exhibition is well done, but probably more interesting for children. The special exhibition (The Art of Disney - The Magic of Animation) was particularly well done - although not very "Japanese".
2017-02-19
Permanent exhibition Nest, Vevey, Switzerland
(2.5)
We visited this museum to see if it would be suitable for a school trip. It's very well done, but, at the end of the day, it's a museum dedicated to one of the largest food companies in the world.
2017-01-03
Hieronymus Bosch and His Pictorial World in the 16th and 17th century / Permanent exhibition Gemäldegalerie, Berlin, Germany
(4.25)
I absolutely love this kind of museums: lots of rooms, lots of paintings. I could stay entire days there. Hieronymus Bosch is one of my favorite painters. His style is so unique. Not many original paintings of his, but several copies. I unfortunately missed the exhibition at the Het Noordbrabants Museum in 2016, which would have been a lot better, obviously.
2017-01-02
The Heritage of the Old Kings. Ctesiphon and the Persian Sources of Islamic Art / Permanent exhibition Pergamonmuseum, Berlin, Germany
(4.0)
I don't know why, but I didn't appreciate this museum as much as I should have. I already visited it in 2009. The architectural reconstructions are impressive, but I was less impressed by the rest of the museum (and the temporary exhibition in particular - lots of texts to read, I was probably too tired...).
2017-01-01
All about GOLEM! / Eran Shakine. A Muslim, a Christian and a Jew / Permanent exhibition Jewish Museum, Berlin, Germany
(4.0)
I didn't know anything about the golem concept, so that temporary exhibition was instructive. The A Muslim, a Christian and a Jew exhibition was fun and easy to appreciate. We didn't spend a lot of time in the permanent exhibition part, as we already visited that museum in 2009. An important museum. Architecturally unique.
2016 7
Date Name Museum Pictures Rating
2016-12-30
Permanent exhibition / Things to Come Museum für Film und Fernsehen, Berlin, Germany
(4.0)
The temporary exhibition about science-fiction movies was really well done. The rest of the museum is also really worth a visit. The starting room, with the mirrors, is a lot of fun.
2016-12-30
Gülsün Karamustafa. Chronographia / Ernst Ludwig Kirchner: Hieroglyphics / The Collections Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin, Germany
(3.75)
Contemporary art is sometimes baffling. A good thing I liked to be baffled. I was not always impressed by the temporary exhibitions, but they were not bad either. I like the main hall of the museum. It's huge. And almost empty.
2016-11-12
Picasso - L’œuvre ultime - Hommage à Jacqueline Fondation Pierre Gianadda, Martigny, Switzerland
(4.0)
2016-09-19
Alain Bublex - Une après-midi japonaise Musée de Bagnes, Le Châble, Switzerland
(3.25)
Exhibition located a the top of the Mauvoisin Dam.
2016-05-15
Signac : une vie au fil de l'eau Fondation de l’Hermitage, Lausanne, Switzerland
(3.5)
2016-05-06
Permanent exhibition Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen, Denmark
(4.0)
2016-05-05
Permanent exhibition / Eye Attack / Illumination / Fire Under Snow Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk, Denmark
(4.0)
2015 5
Date Name Museum Pictures Rating
2015-11-07
Permanent exhibition Barryland - Musée et Chiens du Saint Bernard, Martigny, Switzerland
(2.25)
2015-10-17
Matisse Fondation Pierre Gianadda, Martigny, Switzerland
(3.25)
2015-09-20
Klee & Kandinsky / Klee in Bern Zentrum Paul Klee, Bern, Switzerland
(3.75)
2015-08-15
Permanent exhibition UBC Museum of Anthropology, Vancouver, BC, Canada
(4.0)
2015-08-07
Permanent exhibition Haida Gwaii Museum, Skidegate, BC, Canada
(4.0)
2014 6
Date Name Museum Pictures Rating
2014-10-26
Permanent exhibition Accademia di Belle Arti di Firenze, Florence, Italy
(3.75)
2014-10-25
Permanent exhibition Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy
(4.5)
2014-09-21
Les mondes de Gotlib Espace Arlaud, Lausanne, Switzerland
(3.5)
2014-08-31
Renoir Fondation Pierre Gianadda, Martigny, Switzerland
(3.75)
2014-08-09
Michel Lemieux - Victor Pilon / Permanent exhibition Musée des Beaux-Arts, Montréal, QC, Canada
(4.0)
2014-07-28
Image x Image / Haïti In Extremis / Pierre Gauvreau. J'espérais vous voir ici / Les maîtres de l'Olympe / Permanent exhibition Musée de la civilisation, Québec, QC, Canada
(3.75)
2013 6
Date Name Museum Pictures Rating
2013-10-20
Permanent exhibition National Gallery, Veletržní Palace, Prague, Czech Republic
(4.25)
2013-10-06
Miró : poésie et lumière Fondation de l’Hermitage, Lausanne, Switzerland
(3.5)
2013-08-31
Modigliani et l’Ecole de Paris Fondation Pierre Gianadda, Martigny, Switzerland
(3.5)
2013-05-21
In the Light of Amarna 100 Years of the Nefertiti Discovery Neues Museum, Berlin, Germany
(4.0)
2013-05-18
Permanent exhibition Berggruen Museum, Berlin, Germany
(4.25)
2013-03-16
Permanent exhibition Museum Tinguely, Basel, Switzerland
(3.75)
2012 4
Date Name Museum Pictures Rating
2012-11-10
Van Gogh, Picasso, Kandinsky... - Collection Merzbacher - Le mythe de la couleur Fondation Pierre Gianadda, Martigny, Switzerland
(3.75)
2012-09-02
Christian Lutz - Aux dépens du réel Musée de Bagnes, Le Châble, Switzerland
(3.0)
Exhibition located a the top of the Mauvoisin Dam.
2012-09-02
Sentier du barrage Musée de Bagnes, Le Châble, Switzerland
(4.0)
Exhibition located in Mauvoisin.
2012-04-25
La chasse aux sorcières dans le Pays de Vaud Château de Chillon, Veytaux, Switzerland
2011 2
Date Name Museum Pictures Rating
2011-11-19
Permanent exhibition Collection de l'Art Brut, Lausanne, Switzerland
2011-05-14
De Renoir à Szafran - Parcours d'un collectionneur Fondation Pierre Gianadda, Martigny, Switzerland
(3.5)
2010 2
Date Name Museum Pictures Rating
2010-12-05
Andy Warhol. The Early Sixties. Paintings and Drawings 1961-1964. Kunstmuseum, Basel, Switzerland
(3.5)
2010-08-05
Birth of Impressionism de Young Museum, San Francisco, US
(3.5)
2009 1
Date Name Museum Pictures Rating
2009-07-18
Permanent exhibition. Alte Nationalgalerie, Berlin, Germany
(4.0)
2002 2
Date Name Museum Pictures Rating
2002-10-18
Permanent exhibition Abbaye de Saint-Maurice d'Agaune, Saint-Maurice, Switzerland Permanent exhibition
2002-04-27
Miles Davis Café de la Grenette, Sion, Switzerland
3 original paintings and 8 lithographs.