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Viewing A tribute to the radical sculptures of Anu Põder

On your way up the mountain, be sure to stop off at Muzeum Susch in the Lower Engadin valley to see the radical assemblages of Estonian artist Anu Põder (1947-2013), curated by Cecilia Alemani. The exhibition reflects the museum’s founding mission to champion avant-garde women artists who have been overlooked by the international art world.

Põder was a sculptor who charted her own path. While her counterparts were using precious materials like bronze and granite to portray the Soviet society’s ideals and icons, Põder employed textiles, wax, plaster, soap, plastic and wood to create sculptures that depicted the human form from within. Poignant, sensual and sometimes violent, her tangles of limbs and body parts highlight the transience of life and the frailty of the body. Take heed before you tear down the pistes.
The Wick - Installation view, ‘Gerhard Richter: Engadin,’ Segantini Museum, St. Moritz, 16 December 2023 until 13 April 2024 © 2023 Gerhard Richter (09122023). Photo: Jon Etter
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Viewing Gerhard Richter’s ode to the Alps

The Wick - Fragmentin, 'Global Wiring', 2022
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Viewing High culture in Verbier

The Wick - London Made Me pop up shop.
Carnaby Street
December 2023
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Doing London Made Me Shop

The Wick - Dani Trew, 'A Twitch on the Thread'
Coloured pencil and gouache on paper
101 x 102
large diptych with women plaiting hair
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Viewing The Drawing Year 2023

The Wick - Chris Levine, 'Be Nice' Exhibition
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Viewing Be Nice exhibition

The Wick - Federico Zandomeneghi, Study of a Woman from Behind, 1890-97. Pastel on cardboard, 48 x 38 cm. Galleria D'Arte Moderna, Milan. Photo: © Comune di Milano
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Viewing Impressionists on Paper: Degas to Toulouse-Lautrec