Bernhard Luginbühl (1929 – 2011) is one of Switzerland‘s most respected contemporary artists. The new exhibition of his work at von Bartha features Luginbühl’s sculptures, ranging in size from the larger than life to rarer smaller wall pieces. The show also explores Luginbühl‘s sculptural collaborations with fellow artists Dieter Roth, Jean Tinguely and Alfred Hofkunst. Luginbühl’s work is renowned for its tension between movement and counter-movement, between dynamic elements moving into space and supporting structures controlling these movements.
Bernhard Luginbühl, von Bartha, Basel
Drawn to the Real, Alan Cristea Gallery, London
This exhibition showcases five artists who put the medium of drawing at the centre of their practice. They explore issues of documentation, representation, scale and the process of drawing.
Julian Rosefeldt, Manifesto, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Melbourne
Julian Rosefeldt’s new 13-channel work Manifesto questions the role of the artist in society today. Featuring Australian actress, Cate Blanchett.