May 30, 2019 6:30PM to 7:30PM
Yann Mingard, Untitled, chapter "Great Aletsch Glacier", Great Aletsch Glacier, Moosfluh, Switzerland, 2017 © Yann Mingard /Courtesy Parrotta Contemporary Art
Late opening on the last Thursday of the month. Visit the exhibition until 8:00pm and enjoy a drink at the Café Elise.
From 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm, without registration
On the occasion of the late opening, the museum offers you a guided tour of the exhibition "Everything is up in the air, thus our vertigo" by Yann Mingard himself and Lars Willumeit, curator.
This project was devised by Swiss photographer Yann Mingard (born in 1973) between 2015 and 2018. As with his earlier work, he focuses on the human footprint on the planet in relation to natural, technological and social phenomena. By exploring these traces, the exhibition invites us to reflect on our role and attitudes as citizens and consumers in a world that seems increasingly adrift and dizzy in light of the fate that awaits us.