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Jeanne Isabelle Cornière I Vernissage 21st of March 2020

February 25th, 2020

EXHIBITION 

Jeanne Isabelle Cornière is interested in the figurative representation of human beings and the exploration of human existence, with particular emphasis on childhood, time and memory. As a reference for the formal development and execution of a sculpture, Cornière uses photographs produces in her studio with live models, as well as drawings and paintings in her own hand. The figures radiate a deep presence and invite the viewer to pause and reflect on his or her own being in relation to the (outside) world. 

 

VERNISSAGE: 21st of March, from 2pm to 5pm, with the presence of the artist cancelled 
DURATION: from 21 March until 9 May prolonged until 15 June 
 
 

Sandra Hanekom I Vernissage 21st of March 2020

February 25th, 2020

EXHIBITION 

The Galleria SACCHETTI is delighted to be the first to show works by the South African painter Sandra Hanekom in Switzerland. Hanekom‘s art is reminiscent of both the paintings of Dutch and Flemish old masters as well as the imagery of Surrealism. As a reference to her homeland, African motifs can also be found in part. The small-format works are finely painted in oil and characterized by a graceful coloring. 

 

VERNISSAGE: 21st of March, from 2pm to 5pm, with the presence of the artist cancelled 
DURATION: from 21st of March until 9th of May prolonged until 15 June 

Alice Trepp I Jeaneth on Display

February 25th, 2020

PRESENTATION

The Galleria SACCHETTI is pleased to present another sculpture from the project La Carga by Swiss-Ecuadorian artist Alice Trepp in spring 2020. The life-size, detailed hand-painted portrait of Jeaneth (2012) is cast in fiberglass. Trepp’s art project La Carga places the central focus on Afro-Ecuadorian women, a marginalized minority in Ecuador, thereby making a significant contribution to intercultural understanding.

 

PRESENTATION: from 21st of March until 9th of May prolonged until 15 June 

Annelies Štrba at Landesmuseum Zürich

February 20th, 2020

 

Galleria SACHETTI is pleased to announce that Annelies Štrba will be represented with a video installation in the exhibition Nonnen – starke Frauen im Mittelalter at Landesmuseum Zürich, which runs from 20 March to 19 July 2020. 

Nuns in the Middle Ages were far more than ascetically living women who were only interested in the world within the monastery walls. The exhibition uses various personalities to show how diverse the life forms of spiritual women in the Middle Ages were.