Switzerland's greatest artists: when the works of Ferdinand Hodler and Paul Klee come to life

Ferdinand Hodler and Paul Klee are two of the most important Swiss artists of the 20th century. Their contributions to the world of art have been significant, and their legacies continue to inspire and influence artists around the world. Hodler’s mastery of color and form, as well as his dedication to Swiss culture, set a new standard for Swiss art, while Klee’s imaginative and experimental approach to art expanded the possibilities of what art could be.

In our Immersive Art show, we pay homage to these two great artists by showcasing their work in a dynamic and immersive way. By combining traditional painting with cutting-edge digital technology, we bring their art to life and give visitors a new perspective on their work. Through this experience, we hope to inspire a new generation of artists to continue the tradition of Swiss art and to push the boundaries of what is possible in the world of art.

Our Immersive Art show has also been showcased in Attisholz, at the Kiesofenhalle, the largest venue for immersive art in Switzerland. The show was a stunning display of the power of art to transport and transform, and we are honored to have brought the work of Hodler and Klee to such a prestigious venue.


  • / Attisholz

  • / Zurich

    Lichthalle MAAG, August - September 2019

    In the bustling city of Zurich, two towering figures in Swiss art emerged in the 20th century - Ferdinand Hodler and Paul Klee. Their creative brilliance continues to resonate across the art world, inspiring and influencing artists everywhere.

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