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La métamorphose de l’art imprimé
Zeitgenössische Westschweizer Editionen und serielle Unikate

Vfo Cover Entwurf 210X247 Vorschau

The non-profit Kunstverein Edition VFO, Verein für Originalgraphik (association for original prints) has been publishing printed editions since 1948 in Zurich, especially focussing on the German-speaking part of Switzerland. With the ambition to present an overview of the entire Swiss art scene, Edition VFO decided with a curator from Geneva, Bernard Vienat, to invite a group of artists of different generations with connection to the Romandie for an exhibition, exploring the limits of editions in comparison to unique pieces and focussing on the discussion and critique of the term of originality.

€29.00

  • EDITORS

    Edition VFO, Verein für Originalgraphik, David Khalat, Bernard Vienat

  • TEXTS

    Valérie Hashimoto, David Khalat, Christian Rümelin, Silvia Schmid, Laurence Schmidlin, Bernard Vienat

  • DESIGN

    Frederic Heinsohn

  • LANGUAGE

    German/French

  • DETAILS

    Paperback, 70 pages, 24.7 x 21 cm, 60 ills. in color

  • ISBN

    978-3-903320-44-4

About the product

The non-profit Kunstverein Edition VFO, Verein für Originalgraphik (association for original prints) has been publishing printed editions since 1948 in Zurich, especially focussing on the German-speaking part of Switzerland. With the ambition to present an overview of the entire Swiss art scene, Edition VFO decided with a curator from Geneva, Bernard Vienat, to invite a group of artists of different generations with connection to the Romandie for an exhibition, exploring the limits of editions in comparison to unique pieces and focussing on the discussion and critique of the term of originality. The exhibition and accompanying publication show the diversity of media in dealing with prints and multiples. The artistic horizons of different generations, teachings, aesthetic models and, above all, different ways of production come together here. A series of essays by the curators David Khalat and Bernard Vienat as well as two important print scholars Dr. Laurence Schmidlin and Dr. Christian Rümelin show a diverse perspective on print and the questions of originality within contemporary art. 

With works by Alfredo Aceto, Philippe Decrauzat, Valérie Favre, Sylvie Fleury, Louisa Gagliardi, Olivier Mosset, Carmen Perrin, Denis Savary.