Muzeum Susch

Muzeum Susch, Foto: Stefano Graziani, courtesy Muzeum Susch

Muzeum Susch, Foto: Stefano Graziani, courtesy Muzeum Susch

Muzeum Susch, Foto: Stefano Graziani, courtesy Muzeum Susch

Muzeum Susch, Foto: Stefano Graziani, courtesy Muzeum Susch

Muzeum Susch

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Museum
Adresse 
Surpunt 78
7542 Susch
Schweiz
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+41 81 861 03 03
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Thursday: 11:00 to 17:00
Friday: 11:00 to 17:00
Saturday: 11:00 to 17:00
Sunday: 11:00 to 17:00

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Ausstellungen/Newsticker Datum Typ Ort Land
Heidi Bucher — Metamorphoses II 16.07.202204.12.2022 Ausstellung Susch
Schweiz
CH
Feliza Bursztyn — Welding Madness 18.12.202126.06.2022 Ausstellung Susch
Schweiz
CH
Laura Grisi — The Measuring of Time 05.06.202105.12.2021 Ausstellung Susch
Schweiz
CH
Evelyne Axell 01.08.202031.05.2021 Ausstellung Susch
Schweiz
CH
Up to and Including Limits: After Carolee Schneemann 29.12.201919.07.2020 Ausstellung Susch
Schweiz
CH
Emma Kunz: Visionary Drawings 27.07.201910.11.2019 Ausstellung Susch
Schweiz
CH
Eine Frau schaut auf Männer, die auf Frauen schauen 02.01.201930.06.2019 Ausstellung Susch
Schweiz
CH
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Situated in the picturesque Engadine valley in south-eastern Switzerland, Muzeum Susch, which opened its doors to the public in January 2019, is the most recent project by Grażyna Kulczyk, Polish entrepreneur and long-term supporter of contemporary art. Muzeum Susch offers visitors a unique experience of being in contact with art in an unrushed way.

A journey to Susch is a modern-day pilgrimage to encounter a collection of site-specific installations as well as an ambitious program of exhibitions focused on women artists. The museum runs several programs. ‘Acziun’, a modern dance and choreography program, ‘Disputaziuns’, an annual symposium, academic research practices are gathered at the ‘Instituto Susch’. Finally ‘Temporars’, a residency program for cultural practitioners from all fields.

Susch offers an alternative to engage with art, architecture, and nature. At its heart is the experience of ‘slow art’ and an invitation to consider from a different perspective, that which is most precious: time.

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