Musee des Beaux-Arts, Visite guidée
10 February - 23 April 2017
This exhibition is made up of segments covering the history of Swiss art from the 1780s to 1950, with exercises, notebooks and sketches giving a fascinating insight into the genesis of a work of art.
On show are works by
Albert Anker, René Auberjonois, Alice Bailly, Balthus, Ernest Biéler, François Bocion, Gustave Buchet, Paul Cézanne, Émily Chapalay, Jean Clerc, Louis Ducros, Alberto Giacometti, Giovanni Giacometti, Charles Gleyre, Ferdinand Hodler, Giuseppe Mazzola, Auguste de Niederhäusern (Rodo), Paul Robert, Louis Soutter, Théophile-Alexandre Steinlen and Félix Vallotton.
Ernest Biéler, "Étude pour L'Eau mystérieuse", c. 1909, mcba.
Tarik Hayward. Neutral Density
Winner of the Accrochage [Vaud 2016] jury prize, Tarik Hayward has taken over a room in the museum for his exhibition Neutral Density, in which he pursues his exploration of materials produced by modernity and transforms their usage.