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Viewing of the exhibition Giacomo Santiago Rogado. All That You See with Eva Schuler, Head of Art Education.
Events
Bellevue, 2007, Öl auf Leinwand, zweiteilig, 190x140 cm, Kunstmuseum Thun, Dauerleihgabe, Privatbesitz, Thun
Giacomo Santiago Rogado is a Swiss artist with Italian-Spanish roots who combines the most diverse traditions of the painterly medium in his works and intensively explores the possibilities, limits and conditions of contemporary painting with the help of new tools, techniques and materials. In his almost 20 years of artistic activity as a painter, Rogado has created an extensive body of work that has never before been exhibited in an overview. He is also the first artist to exhibit at both locations, the Thunerhof and the Thun-Panorama. On a total area of over 1000 m2, Rogado will respond directly to the specific challenges of the exhibition venues. In the Thun-Panorama, the artist - like its creator Marquard Wocher - operates primarily in his figurative works, with illusionistic effects and an image-like quality reminiscent of photography. The two-dimensional works are complemented by monumental spatial installations that allow the viewer to immerse themselves in the pictorial space and thus create a direct link to the historical panorama.

Curator: Helen Hirsch, Director Kunstmuseum Thun
This event is available in
German

Museum details

Address
Hofstettenstrasse 14
CH-3602
Thun
+41 33 225 84 20
Price
Paid entry
10
CHF
Rate for holders of the Museums-PASS-Musées only.
Dates
On 23 June 2024
Sunday: 11:15-12:15

46.755953, 7.633904

Bellevue, 2007, Öl auf Leinwand, zweiteilig, 190x140 cm, Kunstmuseum Thun, Dauerleihgabe, Privatbesitz, Thun
Thun
Giacomo Santiago Rogado. All That You See

He is the first artist to exhibit at the Kunstmuseum Thun and the Thun-Panorama. It shows how the Swiss artist's work has changed over the decades.

Exhibition
 Thun-Panorama: Das Rundbild von Marquard Wocher
Thun
Thun-Panorama: The circular painting by Marquard Wocher

Rich in detail, this picture takes a look at everyday life in Thun 200 years ago and, with its countless stories, becomes a hidden object picture for young and old alike.

Exhibition
Intuition 68, 2024, Mischtechnik auf Baumwolle, 150x120 cm, Studio Rogado, Basel/Berlin, Courtesy Galerie Mark Müller, Zürich
Thun
Giacomo Santiago Rogado. Out of sight

He is the first artist to exhibit at the Kunstmuseum Thun and the Thun-Panorama. It shows how the Swiss artist's work has changed over the decades.

Exhibition