We selected few Swiss art events and exhibitions around Zurich and Basel which well worth a visit in this June.
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The Homo Faber Fellowship programme aligns perfectly with Jaeger-LeCoultre’s values which are rooted in a long history of facilitating knowledge sharing between master and trainee. The Grande Maison teamed up with the Michelangelo Foundation to present this new programme.
Paris+, by Art Basel is the newest fair for Modern and contemporary art, taking place October 20-23, 2022 in the French capital.
This June we visited Révélations in Paris for the first time. The biannual event is a prestigious showcase of the finest contemporary creations from France and abroad. Among the great design objects, furniture and art pieces, exciting jewellery is also exhibited – we selected three from our favourite ateliers.
To soothe our covid-battered soul, the City of Lights has prepared an abundance of events this summer. From the hundreds of exhibitions, boutique openings and cultural programmes in Paris I selected a few for my long weekend. Check them out if you fancy a recharge in the French capital.
During our summer visit to Paris, we dedicated a decent time to two iconic couturiers – Yves Saint Laurent and Christian Dior. In our last article we covered the ‘Yves Saint Laurent aux Musées’ exhibitions, now let us guide you to one of the most emblematic fashion addresses in Paris: the Dior museum and boutique at avenue Montaigne.
This spring, six famous Parisian museums honour the 60th anniversary of the first Yves Saint Laurent runway show. Some of the special showcases at the Louvre and at the Musée Yves Saint Laurent Paris will remain open throughout the supper until mid-September 2022. Check out what’s inside.
The ‘Details: Genealogies of Ornament’ is set in the Nautical School area at Fondazione Giorgio Cini. It is one of 15 exhibitions that comprise the Homo Faber Event 2022, organised by the Michelangelo Foundation.
Vacheron Constantin is back to Homo Faber – celebrating artisanal talents in a wide range of disciplines, like fine watchmaking, enamelling or engraving. The Geneva Maison exhibited at the ‘Details: Genealogies of Ornament’ set in the Nautical School exhibition area at Fondazione Giorgio Cini.
The motto – ‘Crafting a more human future’ – of Homo Faber reflects the dedication for the beauty of creation, and the amazement of the ever-curious free mind. The Homo Faber opened its gates on the island of San Giorgio Maggiore between 10 April – 1 May, 2022.