As the signs that we need to rethink the polarity between nature and culture are multiplying, and when the harm inflicted on the planet by human beings is becoming ever more apparent, the exhibition “Human Nature – Humane Nature” invites us to explore the complex relationship between humanity and nature.

Sat 3 Jun – 22 Oct 2023

Action, Gesture, Paint

Women Artists and Global Abstraction (1940–70)

Reaching beyond the predominantly white, male painters whose names are synonymous with the Abstract Expressionist movement, this exhibition celebrates the practices of the numerous international women artists working with gestural abstraction in the aftermath of the Second World War.


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Thu 10 Jul 2014

My Van Gogh

Patrick Talbot

Throughout the year, Bice Curiger invites prominent figures from the world of the arts to talk about an aspect of the life and work of Vincent van Gogh that holds particular meaning for them.  Patrick Talbot is a historian and […]

Thu 3 Aug 2017

Documentary d’Andrew Neel/ 2007/ SeeThink Productions/ USA/ 82 minutes Original version in English with French subtitles Know more: New York Times article Andrew Neel’s statement

Sat 13 Feb – 24 Apr 2016

Yes, These Eyes Are the Windows From 1873 to 1874, when he was nineteen years old, Vincent van Gogh lived in London. He worked for an art dealer and took lodgings in a modest terraced housed in Brixton. The film Yes, These […]

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