From 23 November 2021 to 7 January 2022, a selection of Christina’s work is on exhibition at Bulgari in the Rue du Rhone in Geneva, Switzerland.
Christina is one of the artists featured in the exhibition “Clouds”, in Gallery Elle at the Suvratta House in St. Moritz. Also on exhibition are works by Ian Fisher, Mathias Kiss, Valéria Nascimento and others.
● Gallery Elle, Suvratta House, St. Moritz
● 9 July – 17 October 2021
● Opening times: Monday-Saturday, 10:00-12:00 and 14:00-19:00 or by appointment.
From 18 September 2020 to 31 January 2021, a selection of Christina’s recent work is present at the exhibition “Celebrations | Part 2 ” at Gallery Elle in Zürich, Switzerland. The exhibition also includes works by Valéria Nascimento, Mathias Kiss, Christopher Boots, Pierre Bonnefille and Julian Mayor.
Christina’s work is also on display at the exhibition “Celebrations | Part 1” at the Elle Gallery at Suvretta House in St. Moritz, Switzerland. This exhibition runs from 10 July to 18 October 2020.
After its presence in Miami, in São Paulo and at the Design Miami/Basel fairs the project “Impressoes by Brasilea & Laufen” has its last stop at the Paulo Coelho & Christina Oiticica Foundation in Geneva, Switzerland, from 23 January – 19 March 2020. Visit to the exhibition by appointment only – please use the contact form and mention Exhibition in the subject line.
The 3rd edition of Impressões 2018:2019 – From Basel to Brazil is a creative collaboration between Brasilea and Swiss company Laufen, one of the world’s leading ceramic manufacturers, whose products are renowned for their symbiosis of design, quality and functionality, including their innovative SaphirKeramik, a super-strong ceramic material that allows itself to be fashioned along minimal, architectural lines. Impressoes 2018:2019 includes works by artists Christina Oiticica, Maria-Carmen Perlingeiro, Collective SHN, Alex Flemming and graffiti artist Zezão. A polyhedron, developed by Maria-Carmen Perlingeiro and made of SaphirKeramik, served as a multifaceted canvas for all five artists.
The works will be on display at:
- Brasilea Foundation, Basel/Switzerland, from 10 November 2018 to 29 August 2019
- Design Miami, Miami/USA, from 3 to 9 December 2019
- Expo Revestir, Sao Paulo/Brazil, from 13-16 March 2019
- Design Basel, Basel/Switzerland, from 11-16 June 2019
For more information, please see Laufen’s press release on the subject.
Closing performance of the “Quatro Elements” exhibition at the Brasilea Foundation in Basel/Switzerland. After the her works have been left to the elements since the opening of the exhibition on 26 January, Christina now takes back her work from Nature.
Video: K. Zupan-Rupp, H. Schmidt/VernissageTV – www.vernissage.tv
On 26 January 2017, well over 200 art lovers attended the opening of Christina’s exhibition “Quatro Elementos” (Four Elements) at the Brasilea Foundation in Basel, Switzerland. Below are visual impressions of this lively and festive event.
In addition to a selection of older works, Christina presented a number of works made especially for this exhibition, including 4 large canvases representing the 4 seasons:
Below is the interview (in Portuguese) with Beleza/Radio X, broadcasting in Portuguese in the Basel region since 2008.
06.02.2017 – Christina Oiticica: Quatro Elementos / Brasilea Foundation, Basel, video report by Vernissage.tv/Switzerland
28.01.2017 – Kunst im Teamwork mit der Natur-2, video report by Christian Steinemann/Telebasel.ch/Switzerland
27.01.2017 – Kunst im Teamwork mit der Natur, Eva Watson/Telebasel.ch/Switzerland
26.01.2017 – Christina Oiticica mit “Quatro Elementos” in der Stiftung Brasilea Basel, Badische Zeitung/Germany
24.01.2017 – Partnerschaft mit der Natur, Die Oberbadische/Germany.
15.01.2017 – Uma exposição onde a natureza faz a arte, interview with Marina Wentzel of Swissinfo.ch (in Portuguese) about the Christina Oiticica’s “Quatro Elementos” exhibition at the Brasilea Foundation in Basel.
Quatro Elementos – Four Elements – Vier Elemente
Westquaistrasse 39, 4019 Basel/Switzerland
26 January 2017 – 16 March 2017
Opening times during the exhibition:
Wednesdays and Fridays: 14:00 – 18:00
Thursdays: 14:00 – 20:00
Special opening on Sunday, 5 February 2017 from 14:00 – 18:00
Exhibition closing with performance by Christina Oiticica: 16 March 2017, 18:30 – 20:00
For more information (available in Portuguese, German and English), please visit www.brasilea.com