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Exhibitions of Werner Bischof at BILDHALLE

BILDHALLECH

Forum Paracelsus
Plazza Paracelsus 2
St. Moritz-Bad

+41 (0)44-5520918


www.bildhalle.ch

Wed-Fri 12-18:30, Sat 11-16

WINTER IN SWISS PHOTOGRAPHY

WINTER IN SWISS PHOTOGRAPHY

2 Feb – 21 Feb 2019
Once again the gallery Bildhalle is hosted at the Forum Paracelsus in St. Moritz this year and presents a group exhibition of important positions in classic and contemporary Swiss photography on the topic of "Winter". Winter as a photographic subject has a long tradition in Switzerland. Snow and cold almost completely transform a landscape, concealing many of its characteristics and often reducing them to contrasts, planes and textures. Winter thus invites us to look at a pl…

BILDHALLECH

BILDHALLE
Stauffacherquai 56
8004 Zürich

+41 (0)44-5520918


www.bildhalle.ch

Wed-Fri 12-18:30, Sat 11-16

NUDES / KÖRPERBILDER

NUDES / KÖRPERBILDER

10 Feb – 23 Mar 2017
Werner Bischof was born in Switzerland 1916. He studied photography with Hans Finsler in his native Zurich at the School for Arts and Crafts, then opened a photography and advertising studio. In 1942 he became a freelancer for Du magazine, which published his first major photo essays in 1943. Bischof received international recognition after the publication of his 1945 reportage on the devastation caused by the Second World War. In the years that followed, Bischof traveled in Ita…

BILDHALLECH

BILDHALLE
Stauffacherquai 56
8004 Zürich

+41 (0)44-5520918


www.bildhalle.ch

Wed-Fri 12-18:30, Sat 11-16

FOTOGRAFIKER

FOTOGRAFIKER

25 Aug – 1 Oct 2016
In 1936, when Werner Bischof was 20, he opened his photographic studio. The notice on the door read "Foto-Grafik". The exhibition takes up this theme. It begins with some little-known early studio work, which reflects the strength of form and the masterly interplay of light and shade which were to become the hallmark of Werner Bischof‘s later photography. The exhibition covers his time as a photojournalist in a few iconic images, and goes on to pay more attention to Bis…