Photography enthusiasts have another reason to travel to Zurich this spring or if in town for business – you surely should check it out – Christophe Guye Galerie is proud to announce a solo exhibition by one of the world’s most influential and visionary photographers: Nick Knight, OBE.
Tap into your inner Mozart and visit the Austrian city of Salzburg for the summer’s most important classical music & drama festival. There’s no better setting for a festival that celebrates the love and joy of classical music than the birth city of the genres’ most famous icon, Mozart. Plus, we’ve got the perfect art & design hotel right in the old town for a travel experience of sheer culture. Read the rest of this entry »
The Manifesta 11 hits Zurich from June 11 through September 18, 2016 and makes a perfect complement to this year’s DADA centenary. Under the motto of What People Do for Money: some joint ventures, the Biennial draws international artists to Zurich to essentially partner with the people of Zurich through their various vocations – a firefighter, a cook, a doctor, a transsexual sex worker and a teacher of literature will be put in the creatively artistic spotlight.
Náxos has a lot to shout about – indeed the largest of the Cyclades with the highest mountain aptly named Mount Zeus, the island is a sensual treasure trove of antiquities, lush fertile landscapes, delicious food, sweeping beaches and sleepy villages – no wonder the god of wine & ecstasy, Dionysos, choose Náxos as his mythical home, lucky guy.
Born in New York on August 26, 1898, heiress Peggy Guggenheim’s life was destined to be one of extreme wealth, privilege and notoriety. The daughter of Florette Seligman and Benjamin Guggenheim, Marguerite (Peggy) Guggenheim’s mother was a member of a leading Banking family while her father’s family – the Meyer Guggenheim – created immense wealth from the mining and smelting of metals such as silver, copper and lead.