Galerie Tschudi

Galerie Tschudi

About us

Galerie Tschudi promotes international and Swiss contemporary art, showcasing established artists and newcomers alike. The Gallery holds solo and group shows, works with international institutions, participates in international art fairs, and publishes art catalogues and artists’ monographs. Galerie Tschudi was founded in Glarus 1985 by Ruedi Tschudi (6.6.1940–4.1.2019) and Elsbeth Bisig. In December 2002 they opened a second Gallery in Zuoz/Engadin (approx. 20 min. by car from St.Moritz) which became the main Gallery in 2005. Twenty years later, Galerie Tschudi is taking a step from the periphery into the urban environment, where it opens another dependence in Zurich’s new gallery cluster.

In the thirty-seven years since founding Galerie Tschudi, the gallery has pursued a consistent program for years, primarily with most renowned representatives of Minimal Art, Land Art, and Arte Povera such as Carl Andre, Alan Charlton, Richard Long, Mario Merz and Hamish Fulton. The gallery’s programming was continuously widened to include the work of artists such as Bethan Huws, Niele Toroni, Callum Innes, Dan Walsh, Su-Mei Tse, Kimsooja, Not Vital, Julian Charrière, Andrea Büttner, Kemang Wa Lehulere, Katie Paterson and Augustas Serapinas.

Zürich

Gallery

Rämistrasse 5
8001 Zurich · Switzerland

Contact

info@galerie-tschudi.ch

+41 44 210 13 20

Opening hours

Tuesday–Friday: 11 am–6 pm
Saturday: 11 am–5 pm

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The new Zurich gallery (opening 30 September 2022) is located at the lower end of Rämistrasse near Bellevue, where a gallery cluster has formed around the Kunsthaus. High ceilings in the former retail space provide a dramatic, industrial feel that is well suited to the variety of exhibitions that are shown. A generous window facade provides an engaging view into the interior of the gallery from the street.

Zuoz

Gallery

Somvih 4
7524 Zuoz · Switzerland

Contact

info@galerie-tschudi.ch

+41 81 850 13 90

Opening hours

Tuesday–Saturday
3–6.30 pm
open winter and summer season

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In the center of Zuoz, the historic Engadine building spans several floors including an imposing hayloft. The Zuoz gallery was founded in 2002 and combines different types of spaces that allow versatile group exhibitions. The Zuoz gallery is open during the winter and summer seasons.

Glarus

Gallery

Active from 1985 to 2010
at Hauptstrasse, Eichenstrasse
and Pfrundhausstrasse

Galerie Tschudi was originally established in 1985 in a former paper warehouse in Glarus and subsequently relocated into an Art Nouveau villa three years later. In order to facilitate the exhibition of large-scale works, the two founders built a sculpture hall directly opposite the villa in 1991. The gallery in Glarus remained an active location until 2010.

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