Art Bärtschi & Cie


Art Bärtschi & Cie

www.bartschi.ch
Present on the Geneva art scene since 1990, the Galerie Guy Bärtschi has throughout the years been able to evolve towards a unique and well defined exhibition program, confirming its particular focus on the art from the 80's until today.In 2003, the gallery moved to a brand new space in the Quartier des Bains, at the heart of the city's art district, thus becoming one of the French speaking part of Switzerland's most important addresses for contemporary art.
The Galerie Guy Bärtschi stands out for the international visibility of its artists, the number and quality of the exhibits it presents and for its commitment in the specific production of works of art asked by its artists regularly. Its reputation has also grown thanks to its presence, as one of the Swiss galleries, in international art fairs.Today, its three exhibition spaces - the ground floor, the basement and the recently inaugurated project room - amounting to 500 square meters, allow the gallery to simultaneously present different projects often produced especially for the gallery, thus representing both established artists, as well as young artists oriented towards new technologies and providing them with a promotional platform. Artists, such as Marina Abramovic, Per Barclay, Wim Delvoye, Jan Fabre, Nan Goldin, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Jennifer & Kevin McCoy, Cornelia Parker, Giuseppe Penone, and Not Vital have now shown their work here.

Art Bärtschi & Cie
Rue du Vieux-Billard 24 - 1205 Geneva - Switzerland

Tue-Fri 14-7, Sat 11-5

P : +41 22 310 00 13
info@bartschi.ch

Art Bärtschi & Cie / Loft43
Route des Jeunes 43, Allée G - 1227 Geneva - Switzerland

By appointment


Guy Bärtschi
Director
guy@bartschi.ch

 
Barth Pralong
Associate Director
barth@bartschi.ch

 
Sébastien Maret
Associate Director
sebastien@bartschi.ch

 
Emily Johnson
Communication
emily@bartschi.ch

 

List of artists gallery
Rafael Lozano-Hemmer
Cornelia Parker
Giuseppe Penone
Javier Perez
Carmen Perrin
Ernest Pignon Ernest
Antoine Roegiers
Georges Rousse
Samuel Rousseau
Alberto Sorbelli
Not Vital