Exhibitions

At our location in Lucerne, we work closely with our new talents and show their works in group exhibitions. Through these exhibitions, our artists can gain their first experience. The focus of these exhibitions is on getting to know us and the artist, as well as our regular audience and the artist. 


Next group exhibition

27 August - 20 November 2022

Opening as part of the Lucerne Art Festival:
27 August, 11h-17h

Saturation

This year's third exhibition features two artistic positions by Benjamin Siegenthaler and Miranda Fierz, two artists with whom Network of Arts has been working for some time. Their art was chosen for the exhibition, which has the theme "Saturation", because each work is extremely meaningfully and visually charged and expressive. The carefully selected colours and depicted contents or fundamental themes contribute to these energy-filled works. In addition to these two positions, the NOA Collection is also shown for the first time, a collection of the company that has been built up over the years. These works also show the wealth of talent and contacts that Network of Arts has been able to work with in recent years.

Where
Töpferstrasse 10
6004 Lucerne

..in our exhibition location / in the Barbatti House in Lucerne's old town

The selected artists


Past exhibitions

Tiziano Autera, Tubbie from the depths
Heidi Hostettler, 28°, 2021
2 May - 31 July 2022

Perspectives

In this exhibition, the term "Perspectives" is used to refer to the spatial proportions in images, however it is also understood to mean the different viewpoints, figuratively and literally, within the image. In the second exhibition, nine artistic positions are dedicated to the theme of "Perspectives". They approach the theme of "Perspectives" from different angles and thus reveal new perspectives and approaches to the theme in their own works. The choice of medium, be it photography, paint or sculpture, determines the range of creative possibilities just as much as the individual’s artistic prowess in that medium. We hope you enjoy the selected artworks and let yourself be inspired by different perspectives.

Where
Töpferstrasse 10
6004 Lucerne

..in our exhibition location / in the Barbatti House in Lucerne's old town

The selected artists

Naomi Middlemann, Memory skins 2
Stefan Rohner, Cyanotypie XXIII (Kiesplatz)
7 February - 10 April 2022

Clarity

The four group exhibitions of Network of Arts in 2022 run under the motto "The Year of Sight". The first exhibition in this series is dedicated to the multi-faceted theme of "Clarity". A wide variety of questions are raised by this large thematic area, dealing with both concrete and abstract concepts. What do we see and recognise, and what perhaps remains hidden? What different points of view will we discover? How do we see reality with understanding when we witness external and chaotic events? We encounter clarity in nature or in our outer world and let it inspire us but with that comes a reevaluation of our place in the world and develop new insights about ourselves. The artists of the "Clarity" exhibition deal with such encounters.

Where
Töpferstrasse 10
6004 Lucerne

..in our exhibition location / in the Barbatti House in Lucerne's old town

The selected artists

Michael Scherer, The End of the Day
Emanuel Heim, Das Endlose Spiel
28 August - 21 January 2022

Futura Solo Shows

Eight artists were selected through an open call. Each artist will present a solo show with its own title on the theme of Futura.

Curated by Aniko Koltai

Artists

More info here.

Petra Njezic, Sky, Surface, Below
12 December 2020 - 9 July 2021

Solo shows #1

Curated by Melissa Jetzer

Through an open call, ten artists were selected to exhibit their works in the Smart Talk and Network of Arts spaces. Each artist will present a solo show with its own title.

Artists

More information here.

Jean Bastien Magov, "N+..."
31 October 2020 - November 2020

Break the Mold

Curated by Catrina Sonderegger

Again and again, individual exhibits move in the intermediate area between use or function and art. "Break the Mold" is a practical rather than a cognitive reflection.

Artists