Art Museums of Switzerland.
Switzerland is a paradise for art lovers. World-renowned art can be found here in a very compact space. The Art Museums of Switzerland are the finest example. A visit to one of the Art Museums of Switzerland promises a unique experience. Located in charming boutique towns, twelve world-class museums present grand displays in small spaces. So it’s worth exploring not only Switzerland’s unparalled landscapes and culinary specialities, but its unique museum diversity as well.
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Mamco, Geneva
Musée d’art moderne et contemporain, Geneva is original in every way. Since it opened in 1994, this contemporary art museum has operated a dynamic display policy. Since Mamco opened in 1994, the museum has staged 450 exhibitions with works dating from the 1960s to the present day. Mamco’s holdings include works by Christo, Martin Kippenberger among many others.
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MASI, Lugano
On the occasion of the 200th birthday of Alfred Escher and Gottfried Keller, Museo d’arte della Svizzera is offering the unique opportunity to admire for the first time after 50 years some of the most important masterpieces of the Gottfried Keller Foundation. The famous Alpine Triptych by Giovanni Segantini will leave its usual location in St. Moritz for the second time in almost 100 years.
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Kunstmuseum Basel
The Art Museum Basel is currently showing "The Cubist Cosmos: From Picasso To Léger." The Cubists rank as one of the most influential movements in art history; their works are adventures for the eyes even today, challenging our habits of perception. Produced in cooperation with the Centre Pompidou, the exhibition is the first to unite both museums’ Cubist masterworks for a reconstruction of a wider context.
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Kunsthaus Zurich

2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the first Moon landing. The exhibition Fly me to the Moon is a journey through the history of artists’ engagement with the Moon, from the Romantic era to the present day, divided into thematic sections, with around 200 works by Darren Almond, Pawel Althamer, Rene Burri, Johan Christian Dahl, Sylvie Fleury, René Magritte, Andrei Sokolov, Andy Warhol and others.
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