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ZZÜRCHER

SWITZERLAND

Bernard Zürcher also known as Zzürcher is a Swiss artist. He was born in the Canton of Neuchâtel and resides in the municipality of Cudrefin. He graduated from the artistic high school of the l’Académie de Meuron de Neuchâtel in 1980.

From the 1990s, He produced several works of art, main sculptures for public spaces around Switzerland.

Zzürcher has also participated in various collective exhibitions. In 1980, at the Museum of Fine Arts in La Chaux-de Fonds (1980), the Museum of Fine Arts in Lausanne (1984), the International Centre of Grasse (1984), and la Biennale organized by MBAC in La Chaux-de-Fonds. In 1983, he was one of the seven Swiss artists selected to exhibit his piece of art at the Palais des congrès in Brussels. Recently, the artist exhibited artwork at the Pavillon Hoferundhofer in Montet Vully.

Between 1980 and 2007, the artist also exhibited his paintings in various galleries and Switzerland and Europe, notably at the Cultural Center of Neuchâtel (1981), on several occasions in the Galerie du Château in Avenches (1984-89-99), at the Galerie de l'Entracte in Lausanne (1985), for the Grand-Cachot-de-Vent foundation in the Brévine Valley (1988-98), Rondell Gallery in Berne (1994), St-Imier Cultural Center (2002), at the Château d'Estavayer-le-Lac (2004) or at the Château de St-Aubin FR in 2007 and many more.

Fun facts, for six years between 1993 and 1999, Zzürcher created the « Ça’musée », a bus converted into a traveling gallery, in which he displayed his works of art and organizes artistic events across Europe! J

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