02.09.21 → 23.10.21
Saint Clair Cemin
John Phillip Abbott
Xippas Geneva is pleased to celebrate in September 2021 the 10th anniversary of its presence in the City of Calvin! On this occasion the gallery will present a collective exhibition which will bring together 33 Swiss and international artists who have accompanied it throughout this fascinating decade. This anniversary exhibition will take place simultaneously in two places: in its historic space on rue des Sablons 6 and in its brand new space, rue du Vieux Billard 7.
With the works by John Phillip Abbott, Darren Almond, Farah Atassi, Pablo Atchugarry, Bertille Bak, Yves Bélorgey, Alain Biltereyst, Céleste Boursier-Mougenot, Marie José Burki, Saint Clair Cemin, Stéphane Dafflon, Jeremy Dickinson, Emilie Ding, Leandro Erlich, Marina Faust, Peter Halley, Valérie Jouve, Thomas Liu Le Lann, Vera Lutter, Dean Monogenis, Vik Muniz, Matthew Porter, Pepa Prieto, Philippe Ramette, Pablo Reinoso, Bettina Rheims, Michael Scott, James Siena, David Brian Smith, Takis, Mitja Tušek, Dan Walsh and Yves Zurstrassen
News and events
Céleste Boursier-Mougenot is laureate of the Confirmation Prize of the Simone and Cino Del Duca Foundation - Institut de France
Philippe Ramette participates in the group show "Grandeur Nature. 18 artistes au jardin" at Château de Fontainebleau, France.
"Plus que géo" (More than Geo) - texts on John Phillip Abbott, Lisa Beck, Peter Halley and Blair Thurman in artpress n°510, May 2023
"40 Years Later, The Return of Halley's Day-Glo Comet" by Max Lakin for The New York Times, April 2023
Darren Almond's work included in the collective exhibition L'île intérieure at the Villa Carmignac, île de Porquerolles
Peter Halley participates in the group show "After “The Wild”: Contemporary Art from The Barnett and Annalee Newman Foundation Collection" at the Jewish Museum, NY.
Marina Faust's ambulant # 05 presented for the CARLONE CONTEMPORARY at Belvedere Museum in Vienna, Austria
Marie José Burki's work on view in the collection exhibition of Pasquart Art Center in Bienne, Switzerland
"At a certain point I wanted to make drawings and works that act as machines." : James Siena's Radical Abstraction by John Yau for Hyperallergic art review
Philippe Ramette's portfolio featured in the first special issue by Le Monde / La Vie, "Pas de côté"
Bertille Bak’s ‘Living Painting’ About Child Laborers Strikes a Chord at Art Basel in Paris by Sarah Belmont for ArtNews
‘I Think I’m in an Abstract Relationship With Reality’: Farah Atassi Takes on Modernist Traditions at the Musée Picasso by Devorah Lauter for Artnet News