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Jacques Basler

Find the works of art of Jacques Basler, the famous Swiss sculptor, in permanent exhibition at the art gallery Lausanne Elart Swiss. Art lovers will be able to discover or rediscover the Face au vent sculpture. This is a bronze made in the famous Italian foundry Da Prato which is located in Pietrasanta in Tuscany.

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November 30, 2023 - February 14, 2023

Arnold Odermatt

Arnold Odermatt (1925 – 2021) was a Swiss policeman and photographer who captured the everyday life of the Nidwaldian police for almost forty years. Galerie Elart Swiss, in partnership with Simon Studer Art and the Beau-Rivage Palace Lausanne, is delighted to pay tribute to his work with the exhibition “Switzerland as seen by Arnold Odermatt”.

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mars 2022

André Nadal

No less than nine works by André Nadal are presented to the public, allowing them to discover or rediscover the singular universe of this great figure of contemporary optical art. Influenced by artists such as Kazimir Malevitch and Piet Mondrian, his paintings, composed of precise and complex geometric forms, draw fascinating motifs that move the eye and capture the imagination.

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July 15 - 30, 2019

Cesar Bertel

Cesar Bertel’s entire oeuvre is a vibrant tribute to the Amazonian forest, where he lived immersed in untouched nature for almost fifteen years. The eleven paintings of the painter exhibited here allow the Western public to admire and feel the beauty of “Pachamama”, the Mother Earth prodigious of colours, scents, flowers, birds; infinitely perfect.

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February 13 - 15, 2019


From 13 February to 15 June 2019, the Elart Swiss gallery, in collaboration with Simon Studer Art, is organising an exhibition of a selection of works by the famous French photographer JR in Lausanne.
It is in an exceptional setting, within the Beau-Rivage Palace, that the curious, tourists and art lovers have the opportunity to discover works mainly from the “New York City Ballet Art Series” project, but also from “Unframed, Ellis Island”, “The Wrinkles of the City, Los Angeles” or “Women are heroes, Kenya”.

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Fernando Botero : Dancers

In August 2017, the Elart Swiss gallery organized a three-month exhibition of a sculpture by Botero in the hall of the Beau Rivage Palace in Lausanne. The Lausanne public was able to discover an impressive work of two intertwined dancers in an exceptional setting. This work, called Dancers, is a large bronze sculpture; about two metres wide by three metres high.

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