Museum Frieder Burda opens Franz Gertsch. Nature’s Secret

. October 26, 2013

The Museum Frieder Burda presents Franz Gertsch. Nature’s Secret an exhibition on view 26 October 2013 – 16 February 2014.

Franz Gertsch Gräser I, 1995/96, Mineralpigmente auf Baumwolle, 240 x 340 cm, Museum Franz Gertsch, Burgdorf, © Franz Gertsch 2013

Franz Gertsch Gräser I, 1995/96, Mineralpigmente auf Baumwolle, 240 x 340 cm, Museum Franz Gertsch, Burgdorf, © Franz Gertsch 2013


Franz Gertsch, born in 1930 in Mörigen in the canton of Bern, is one of most important contemporary Swiss artists. The exhibition will feature about thirty-five large-format paintings and woodcuts that represent a cross-section of his artistic work. Franz Gertsch became known for his photorealistic and hyperrealistic painting. This was later supplemented by woodcuts that are unique in terms of their technique and format. He approaches reality in an extraordinary way in his painterly and graphic work. Based on photographs or slides, the paintings done with brushes adhere to an individual logic within the pictures themselves that aims at the absolute coherence of all of the elements. www.museum-frieder-burda.d

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