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Taste at Artgenève 2018

1-4 February 2018

Stand C50 & B52
Palexpo SA
Route François-Peyrot 30
1218 Le Grand-Saconnex
Geneva, Switzerland

Taste Contemporary returns to Artgenève with a curated exhibition of work by gallery artists such as Aneta Regel, Michael Brennand Wood and Deirdre McLoughlin as well as other works by internationally renowned artists working in ceramics, textiles and glass.  
This year Taste is also delighted to present a solo exhibition of work by the New Zealand based artist Virginia Leonard.

Artists exhibiting at Artgenève 2018

Stand C50
Grant Aston, UK | Ceramics
Heidi Bjørgan, Norway | Ceramics
Michael Brennand-Wood, UK | Textiles
Kari Dyrdal, Norway | Textiles
Deirdre McLoughlin, Ireland | Ceramics
Richard Meitner, USA | Glass
Fredrik Nielsen, Sweden | Glass
Aneta Regel, Poland | Ceramics 
Su Xianzhong, China | Ceramics
Marit Tingleff, Norway | Ceramics
Adi Toch, Israel | Metal
Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert, France | Glass


Stand B52
Virginia Leonard
, New Zealand | Ceramics


Find Taste at Artgenève

Address:

Halle 2
Stand C50 - group exhibition
Stand B52 - solo exhibition of work by Virginia Leonard

Palexpo SA
Rue François-Peyrot 30
1218 Le Grand-Saconnex
Geneva, Switzerland

Travel:

By train: CFF/SBB Geneva airport station - www.cff.ch
By car: follow Aéroport-Palexpo on the highway
By bus (TPG): N° 5, 23, 28 - www.tpg.ch

 

About Artgenève

"Artgenève is an art fair whose aim is to establish an artistic platform in the Suisse Romande - at the very forefront of contemporary art, modern art and design – which pays homage to the requirements of the Lake Geneva region’s many collectors and art-lovers."

Thomas Hug
Artgenève director


The fair welcomes international galleries and also devotes a large area to public and private collections as well as allocating space to special exhibitions and independent curators. The exhibition’s architecture and layout draws upon this diversity as its source for inspiration. The compact nature of Artgenève makes it easy to visit and encourages the exchange of ideas between exhibitors and art-lovers.

For further information visit the Artgenève website.