Avoidance Behavior: Gallery-Going in St. Moritz

03.01.2014
"BoteroSutra" at Galerie Gmurzynska (Courtesy Galerie Gmurzynska)
"BoteroSutra" at Galerie Gmurzynska (Courtesy Galerie Gmurzynska)

I’ve always been a hesitant skier, even before the Sonny Bono and Michael Kennedy mountain misfortunes. This week, I turned my back on the slopes for an hour and a half, gathered together a group of enthusiastic New York friends, and made the rounds of St. Moritz’s handful of galleries, all of them within walking distance of each other.

We strode cautiously through the snow to the ambitious new gallery of Zurich dealer Andrea Caratsch, his second in town—it’s a bold move in light of the seasonal character of St. Moritz and scale of the space. It’s also a little off the beaten path from the rest. There are three rooms in which the ceilings progress from average height to soaring. There were two exhibitions, one of self-portraits by de Chirico and Warhol, and another of a series of oversized John Armleders.  ... weiterlesen

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