etoy.CORPORATION, a bizzaar exhibit at the Kunsthaus Zug. Fiction or reality? You be the judge. www.etoy.com (not etoys.com).
Family trip to the Zug Kunsthaus and altstadt. The current exhibit was solely dedicated to the work of Russian children’s book Illustator Ilya Kabokov, titled Orbis Pictures. He emigrated to New York in 1987 but prior to that he created and published hundreds of works under the censure-like control of the Soviet Union. The exhibit […]
Another visit to Kunsthaus Zug for the benefit of our visiting friend from Boston. Refer to day 325_june 05, 2009 for information on this exhibit. Above, in the background, is the Moss Wall and below is another piece in the series of the “body-space drawings”.
Last time we were at the Kunsthaus Zug I made a note of the fact that Olafur Eliasson would be having his last show, in a series of six, from May to August. The title, Project: Collection (6) Olafur Eliasson – The moving museum. The exhibit included tunnels, going from light to dark with projected […]
Out for ride Zahlen fünf. I started out at around 11.00 am and I should have waited till later because it was still too cold. Went about six minutes before heading back to the house for better riding gear, including gloves. Once I got up to Zug the sun burned off most of the fog […]
The town of Zug. It’s about 22 km from Luzern and is said to be ‘the richest place’ in Switzerland. Apparently they have the lowest taxes in the country, so many business are based in this town. Set at the edge of the Zugersee (Lake Zug) and on the north side of Mount Rigi. Altstadt […]