Discover exhibition highlights and treasures from the Swiss National Museum’s collections. Meeting point foyer
- Basel Rheinfelden
- Lake Geneva Geneva, Lausanne, Vevey, Gryon
- Eastern Switzerland / Liechtenstein Braunwald, Unterwasser
- Graubünden Chur, Churwalden, Arosa, Fanas, St.Moritz, Laax-Cons
- Tessin Aurigeno
- Bern Bern, Langnau i. E.
- Bernese Oberland Lauterbrunnen, Interlaken, Grindelwald, Gimmelwald
- Zurich Zurich, Winterthur,
- Valais Champéry, Brig/Rothwald
- Lucerne Wassen, Lucerne, Hospental, Schwyz
- Jura & three-lakes Biel
Yatchyo Itoh, Yatchi, was born in Tokyo. First trained as a graphic designer, she has subsequently worked as an illustrator for Japanese newspapers and magazines. She continues her creative work in parallel and exhibits regularly in Switzerland and Japan. She has lived and worked in Carouge since 1995. This retrospective exhibition is part of the commemorations to mark 150 years of diplomatic relations between Switzerland and Japan.
Discover exhibition highlights and treasures from the Swiss National Museum’s collections.
The entire Universe is made up of particles. The exhibition plunges visitors into the great questions of physics: Where do those particles come from? What laws govern their behaviour?
“Tissot: The light of time” tells the fascinating story of the development of the first tactile watch ever to experience the benefits of the light of day, the men’s Tissot T-Touch Expert Solar and the women’s version, the Tissot T-Touch Lady Solar.
Nowadays, the universe of Superheroes is familiar to us, at least in its cinematographic aspect: Superman, Spiderman, Batman, Iron Man, Hulk and other Avengers seem to be fighting, season after season the first place at the box-office. However, the “comics culture” which appeared in the middle of the 1930’s (Superman was born in 1938) is relatively unknown from the general public although it totally belongs to and influences the occidental imagination.
Auguste Rodin revitalized modern sculpture by introducing into the notion of random and the accident. Accepting chance outcomes, he incorporated elements into his artistic approach that owed nothing to his own personnal initiative. The accident thus became the creative process...
This exhibition offers a counterpoint Peter Knapp’s vision of women, those whom he has photographed constantly for 50 years, either in response to commissions (notably for Elle magazine) or to create a more personal body of work that celebrates difference.
A selection of unique pieces from the Antiquity to the 20th century, originating from Africa, Asia, Oceania and pre-Columbian America. The visitors acquainted with what we call the “primitive” arts will not be surprised to see the representations of men and women in their most simplistic attire.