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New York

Swiss Institute

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Swiss Institute
18 Wooster Street
New York, NY 10013
Venue Type: Gallery

Neighborhood:
soho



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> CURRENT EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS
September 17th - November 23rd Fin de Siècle
team form ag, Martine Boileau, Mario Botta, Andrea Branzi, Marcel Breuer, Nacho Carbonell, Le Corbusier, Oswald Dubach, H.R. Giger, Pierre Jeanneret, Reto Kaufmann, Wilhelm Kienzle, Gian Franco Legler, Frédéric Levrat, Alessandro Mendini, NN, Paolo Palucca, Charlotte Perriand, Gaetano Pesce, Ugo La Pietra, Bruno Rey, Alfred Roth, Peter Shire, Kurt Thut, Peter Truog, Robert Venturi, Lawrence Weiner, Armin Wirth
 
September 17th - November 23rd Swiss Institute Annual Design Series: Inaugural Edition, Fin de Siècle, curated by Andreas Angelidakis
team form ag, Martine Boileau, Mario Botta, Andrea Branzi, Marcel Breuer, Nacho Carbonell, Le Corbusier (Charles-Édouard Jeanneret), Oswald Dubach, H.R. Giger, Pierre Jeanneret, Reto Kaufmann, Wilhelm Kienzle, Gian Franco Legler, Frédéric Levrat, Alessandro Mendini, NN, Paolo Palucco, Charlotte Perriand, Gaetano Pesce, Ugo La Pietra, Bruno Rey, Alfred Roth, Peter Shire, Kurt Thut, Peter Truog, Robert Venturi, Lawrence Weiner, Armin Wirth
 
> QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.swissinstitute.net/
EMAIL:  
info@swissinstitute.net
CONTACT:  
anastasia@swissinstitute.net
OPEN HOURS:  
Wednesday to Sunday: 12pm – 6pm
PHONE:  
+1 (212) 925 2035
OTHER PHONE:  
+1 (212) 925 2040
GALLERY TYPE:  
Contemporary
COST:  
Free
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DESCRIPTION

The Swiss Institute has grown from a showcase of Swiss art and artists for a mostly Swiss audience, into an innovative international venue for art that provides a significant forum for cultural dialogue between Switzerland, Europe, and the United States. This unique angle fosters the interaction between the Swiss and the many other communities and nationalities found in New York City. The result is a distinctive view of art and a way of thinking which asks audiences to break with traditional assumptions about art and national stereotypes.


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