Art Museums of Switzerland.
Amazing art, design and photography: 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. Extraordinary collections and exciting, twentieth and twenty-first century exhibitions await visitors.
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Art museum of Basel
From Holbein to Böcklin, from Monet to Picasso, from Beuys to Richter – the world-famous collection of the Kunstmuseum Basel comprises 4,000 paintings, sculptures, installations and videos along with 300,000 works on paper. The alternating presentations of the permanent collection are joined by high calibre temporary exhibitions, featuring in 2018, for example, the Afro-American artists Theaster Gates and Sam Gilliam or Johann Heinrich Füssli.
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Zentrum Paul Klee, Bern
The three impressive undulations by Italian star architect Renzo Piano are museum and cultural centre at the same time. Art, concerts, readings, and dance await visitors at the Zentrum Paul Klee. With 4,000 works, the centre is also home to the world’s most important collection of Paul Klee’s oeuvre, which it opens to the public in alternating exhibitions. This allows visitors to get acquainted with the life and work of one of the most fascinating artists of the 20th century.
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Musée d’art et d’histoire, Geneva
With multidisciplinary collections, the Musée d’art et d’histoire is home to centuries of art and culture. In 2018, the museum is paying homage to Swiss painter Ferdinand Hodler, an essential figure in its collections with some 150 paintings, 800 drawings, notebooks, prints and furniture. In 2018 aseries of events will celebrate the 100th anniversary of his death.
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Kunsthaus Zurich

At the Kunsthaus Zurich art lovers can admire fascinating temporary exhibitions of international scope and one of the greatest art collections in Switzerland – featuring art from the 13th century to the present, with artists ranging from Giacometti to Monet and Munch. The highlights in 2018 blend high art with popular appeal.
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