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Humanité Végétale

  Humanité Végétale (Vegetal Humanity) is the fruit of more than ten years of research and photography across the globe. Looking into the notion of gardens, Mario Del Curto explores our relationship with nature, our need to domesticate it to feed a population or to bend


  In the Spring of 2020, we have been under the full force of the attacks of a new invisible enemy and must face it all together. Apart from limitin contacts, there is a very simple object which make possible to avoid the transmission of the

Art Brut Biennial

    Of unique historic value, the Collection de l’Art Brut holdings comprise over 70 000 paintings drawings, sculptures, fabric works and writings. In November 2013 the museum’s newly appointed director, Ms. Sarah Lombardi, initiated a series of exhibitions exclusively devoted to pieces belonging to the institution’s

H.R. Giger • Seul avec la nuit

    Rarely have artists exerted as much fascination as H.R. Giger, an almost mythological figure of graphic and cinematographic design. A monster—the eponym lead character of Ridley Scott’s Alien (1979)—has cast a long shadow on its creator, but this retrospective retrieves H.R. Giger’s work from its


Recent Architecture in Switzerland     In 1992 the artist Ben Vautier made a provocative statement by writing “La Suisse n’existe pas” (Switzerland does not exist) at the entrance to the Swiss pavilion at the Expo in Seville. He wanted to point out the linguistic and cultural diversity

Bengal Stream

The Vibrant Architecture Scene of Bangladesh     With ‘Bengal Stream’ S AM is the first museum worldwide to present an exhibition on Bangladesh’s architecture. In a chequered historical sequence of events, various trends have expressed themselves in different architectural ways, according to religious or socio-cultural developments. Nevertheless,

Swim City

    ‘Swim City’ is the first exhibition to draw attention to a particular contemporary phenomenon in urban space: river swimming as a mass movement. Swiss cities have played a pioneering role in the development of this activity in the last few decades, gradually making the river