(b. in Chicago, USA, 1985) Lives and works in Walchwil and Zurich (Switzerland).
Zurich-based conceptual artist Mitchell Anderson uses text, embroidery, and found materials to explore disjointed or fabricated narratives from pop culture, literature, and history. Anderson’s work has been included in group and solo shows internationally, including Galerie Maria Bernheim, Zurich, Künste Reto Project Room, Zurich, Chez Rosenkranz, Zurich, Swiss Art Awards, Basel, Plymouth Rock, Zurich, Galerie Max Mayer, Dusseldorf, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, and Redling Fine Art, Los Angeles.
(b. in Dagestan, Russia, 1984) Lives and works in New York, NY (USA).
Ebecho Muslimova continues the legacy of satirical artists from Honoré Daumier and George Grosz to Peter Saul and Raymond Pettibon. She graduated from Cooper Union and is known for her alter ego “Fatebe” who she regularly depicts in ribald, often anxiety-ridden situations. Her work was recently included in the exhibition “No Joke” curated by Sanya Kantarovsky this spring at Tanya Leighton Gallery, Berlin. Her work was also recently published in the catalogue “Avery Singer” JRP Ringier, 2015.
Founded in December 2015 by Maria Bernheim, it aims to showcase the work of contemporary Swiss and worldwide artists, as well as trying to bridge the gap between the French and German-speaking parts of Switzerland. It also seeks to contextualize the work of younger artists within the historical traditions of art and provide viewers with the understanding that, despite the absence of artistic movements, many artists share similar interests and references, and express them with multifarious aesthetics.
Miriam Laura Leonardi
Juan Antonio Olivares
Switzerland - Zurich