Swiss Cheese is a mixed pop show with a fine and excellent selection by the curator and founder of Kolly Gallery, Julien Kolly. The exhibition is called Swiss Cheese and takes place at Espace Oppidium in Paris from April 21 – April 24 2016.
Its goal is representing the Swiss quality in urban and graffiti arts as Kolly Gallery already does in Zurich. It takes place at the same time as the Urban Art Fair in Paris and marks a contrast, as it is not part of it. Swiss Cheese presents the best French and Swiss urban graffiti artists. The exhibition aims to show artists, who do not have regular shows in Paris at the moment. For Thierry Furger, the only Swiss and very talented artist, it is a premiere to exhibit his work in Paris.
The exhibition will show a variety of media. Alëxone produced a new bronze sculpture and will present three masterpieces on big canvases. Tilt is coming up with five new pieces with a new evolution of his work concept as well as a bronze. Also a new version of Steph Cop’s ARO (“Analysis Reflexe Obsessive”) with new material and color will enrich the mixture of Swiss Cheese exhibition. Ilk is producing four new canvases for the exhibit and also Thierry Furger is producing a new series of seven works produced on aluminum.
The title Swiss Cheese and also its theme have been precisely chosen. The realization of the exhibition is quite comparable to the production of Swiss cheese itself. Kolly Gallery invested over six months to prepare and choose the right ingredients to make this an exclusive exhibition with outstanding taste. As well as Swiss cheese the artists of the show have all had a long lasting career and experienced several maturation processes. Therefore the curator carefully selected them.
„Everyone loves Swiss Cheese!“
Kolly Gallery, 2016
Finally this exhibition promises credibility for all artists represented, high quality standards for the artworks as well as very tasteful composition of graffiti art.
All artworks are top secret and are having its premiere in this exhibition. They will not be revealed until the opening, in order to keep up with the high Swiss discretion standard and to have a surprising and unforgettable experience for the viewer.
Last but not least, do not forget: „Everyone loves Swiss Cheese!“