dal 19/05/2017 al 13/08/2017

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In a large overview exhibition, the Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst presents the oeuvre of French-Bosnian artist Maja Bajevic (b. 1967 in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina). This exhibition concentrates on her works from the last ten years, supplemented by new pieces, which were produced for this exhibition. Since the mid-1990s, the artist has worked on a very wide range of different issues, encompassing globalisation, inclusion/exclusion, exploitation, neo-liberalism and their reciprocal effects. At the same time, Bajevic also repeatedly raises the issue of personal identity and homeland, and how these are constituted or "made impossible." The presentation at the Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst demonstrates Bajevic’s ongoing work on themes like the abuse of power and religion, migration and marginalisation of the foreign, and the tension between local and global, while also positioning her oeuvre within the tradition of art that performs a social, informative function and focuses on changing prevalent convictions.

A companion book including contributions by Barbara Biedermann, Manuel Borja-Villel, Boris Buden, Ana Janevski and Raphael Gygax will be published by JRP|Ringier.

Curator: Raphael Gygax (Curator, Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst)

Director of the museum: Heike Munder


Collection on Display: «Rules»

Featuring artworks by:

Carl Andre, Angela Bulloch, Douglas Gordon, Susan Hiller, Eva Kot’átková, Matt Mullican, Cady Noland, Luis Pazos, Markus Schinwald, Niele Toroni, Uri Tzaig, Carey Young

The exhibition format Collection on Display presents works from the collection of the Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst as a three-part themed series with the title Communities, Rules and Rituals. The second exhibition, Rules, brings together works that look at rules in the charged environment of normative practice and individual creative freedom.

Image: Maja Bajevic, To Be Continued—Performances, 2011. Courtesy of Galerie Peter Kilchmann, Zurich, and Michel Rein, Paris/Brussels.

For more information contact René Müller, head of press and public relations: T +41 442772727 rene.mueller@mgb.ch

Media conference: 19.05.2017, 11 am

Opening: May 19, 6–8pm


Fri 19.05.2017, 6–8 pm

Sat 10.06.2017

Sun 11.06.2017