Art at the Hub


Sometimes it occurs to us that life could be more than rocket science. What about art for instance?

The Hub as a gallery


When we first saw the big, white walls of Palais Strozzi we knew: This place cries for art.

Our “Art at the Hub” program allows artists with a special interest in science to present their work. Furthermore, it allows these works of art to enter into a dialogue with the historic walls.

These Hub exhibitions will change several times a year and will be presented to the public at a vernissage.

The person in charge is Charlotte Hofer.

Currently at the Hub: “Picturecopy”

 

(c) Picturecopy

 

 

On September 17, 2021, we are opening the exhibition with an Art & Science dialogue featuring the artists, educational psychologist Christiane Spiel, as well as Art Brut expert Johann Feilacher, director of the Museum Gugging.

 

Find out more on our event page!

 

With their work, the three artists forming the collective “Picturecopy” are highlighting children’s creative potential and the power of expression that lies within this creativity.

 

The large scale oil paintings use elements from children’s drawings to form new graphic compositions and put these elements into new narrative contexts. A bold and diverse use of colors is enhancing this effect.

 

Past Exhibitions