MIR : International Museum of the Reformation
In the very place where the Reformation was adopted in Geneva in 1536, the MIR presents the history of the Protestant Reformation from 1517 to the present day, its specificities, its origin, its history, its evolution, and the influence it has had on the political, cultural, social and religious life of Geneva, Switzerland and elsewhere.
March 31, 2023 – January 21, 2024
Sculptor and master glass artist Yan Zoritchak, in Slovak Ján Zoričák (Slovakia/France, 1944), takes us into a dreamlike, phantasmagorical world with his fascinating glass sculptures. The meticulously polished surfaces and sharp contours diffract the light and give access to nebulosities, bright enamels and precious metal inclusions that lend dynamics and poetry to the geometry of the form. As through a kaleidoscope, the eye catches, dives and loses itself in this universe of transparency, light, colors and reflections.
April 28, 2023 – September 24, 2023
Silence, rigor, freshness, color, emptiness, space. The universe of Margareta Daepp (Switzerland, 1959) is at the crossroads of these concepts. The radical simplicity of her works is dense, inhabited, quiet, poetic. Close to design, her pieces are inspired by her stays in Japan. In an architectural spatiality, ceramics dialogue with photography, corrugated iron or colored planes.
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