Maria Magdalena Z’Graggen

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Maria Magdalena Z’Graggen is a painter who focuses on color, space and the installation context. Her binational (I/CH) background and upbringing made travel in foreign countries formative influences early on and her work has been exhibited widely in Europe, North and South America and South Korea. Z’Graggen has received awards for Visual Arts from UBS Culture Foundation among other and has been in residencies in the American Southwest, Cuba and Argentina. From 2009 – 2015 she was lecturer at the Institute of Art at FHNW Academy of Art and Design Basel. Recent shows include ¿Quien esta donde? at Villa Renata, Kunstkredit at Kunsthalle Basel including Lichtblicke a screening of selected films and videos at Stadtkino Basel and Wet Paint! at SKLAD in Sukhum/i, Abkhazia. Her works are in various public collections including Bank Julius Bär, F. Hoffmann-La Roche, UBS Art Collection and the Anderson Museum of Contemporary Art, Roswell, USA. Luminous Flux, the first publication to provide an overview of Maria Magdalena Z'Graggen’s oeuvre from the beginning of her career around 1992 until the present day was published 2016 by Verlag für Moderne Kunst, Wien. Maria Magdalena Z’Graggen is represented by Anne Mosseri-Marlio Galerie in Basel.

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