• NOW — Work by Andreas Dobler in an installation view of "Zeitgeist" at MAMCO Geneva. Photo: Philippe Davet.
  • THEN — Dobler and Anna Kanai's collaboration in "Add A+A to XIX" presented by Evergreene Studio in 2016. Photo: Christopher Wormald.
  • NOW — Mathis Gasser in "Zeitgeist" at MAMCO Geneva. Photo: Annik Wetter.
  • THEN - Mathis Gasser in "A Stranger in my Grave" presented by Evergreene Studio in 2016. Photo: Christoper Wormald.
  • THEN - View of David Hominal's exhibition "Untitled" at Evergreene Geneva in 2009. Photo: Annik Wetter.
  • NOW —Aldo Walker (left) in "Zeitgeist" at MAMCO Geneva. Photo: Annik Wetter.
  • THEN - Aldo Walker's exhibition "Double Blind" at Evergreene Geneva in 2009. Photo: Annik Wetter.

Andreas Dobler, Mathis Gasser, David Hominal and Aldo Walker in "Zeitgeist"

February 22May 7, 2017  |  MAMCO Genève
Andreas Dobler, Mathis Gasser, David Hominal and Aldo Walker are all included in Zeitgeist, MAMCO Geneva's sweeping survey of figuration in contemporary art from the 1960s to the present. Zeitgeist is on view February 22–May 7, 2017. More information at the museum's site in the link below.

Andres Dobler was the subject of three solo exhibitions with Evergreene from 2006 to 2011, as well as a two-artist collaboration with Anna Kanai, Add A+A to XIX, presented by Evergreene Studio in 2016.

Mathis Gasser, whose contribution to Zeitgeist is the announcement image for the show, exhibited in A Stranger in My Grave along with Liz Craft, Fabian Marti, Jim Shaw and Jeffrey Vallance, co-curated by Véronique Bachetta and Evergreene Studio in 2016.

David Hominal showed at Evergreene in 2009, in the solo exhibition Untitled.

Aldo Walker was the subject of a posthumous retrospective at Evergreene in 2009.
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