Marc Jancou Gallery Contemporary

Pop-up Art Shop at Hom Le Xuan

Gstaad, Switzerland
December 23, 2013 - March 19, 2014
Projects
Installation View
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Installation view, Pop-up Art Shop at Hom Le Xuan, Gstaad, December 23, 2013 - March 19, 2014

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Installation view, Pop-up Art Shop at Hom Le Xuan, Gstaad, December 23, 2013 - March 19, 2014

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Installation view, Pop-up Art Shop at Hom Le Xuan, Gstaad, December 23, 2013 - March 19, 2014

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Installation view, Pop-up Art Shop at Hom Le Xuan, Gstaad, December 23, 2013 - March 19, 2014

Selected Works
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David Noonan

Scenes

2009

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Louise Lawler

Red, Yellow, Blue, Black, and White and Light

1984/2007

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Albrecht Schnider

Ohne Titel

2007-2012

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Lucy Stein

Oh? Really?

2007

Press Release

Marc Jancou Contemporary is pleased to announce our pop-up art shop at Hom Le Xuan in Gstaad, Switzerland.  In the spirit of the holiday season, Marc Jancou has produced a thoughtfully curated retail shop/exhibition accessible to all budgets, combining unique artist pieces, editioned artworks, and art books.

The shop includes carefully selected artworks by numerous artists including Francis Alÿs, Vahakn Arslanian, Janis Avotins, Erica Baum, Rodney Graham, Richard Hawkins, Dorota Jurczak, Louise Lawler, David Noonan, Paulina Olowska, Raymond Pettibon, Albrecht Schnider, Jim Shaw, and Lucy Stein.

In addition, the shop will feature artist editions by Valentin Carron, Marc Camille Chaimowicz, Isabelle Cornaro, Sylvie Fleury, Wade Guyton, Amy O’Neill, Mai-Thu Perret, Richard Prince, Jim Shaw, and Steven Shearer.

 

Marc Jancou has also collaborated with Lionel Bovier and JRP|Ringier to offer a wide selection of artist monographs and art titles.

 

Hom Le Xuan is located on 79 Promenade, (opposite Charly's Tea Room, Gstaad Switzerland).

 

The shop offers a great opportunity to find unique gifts for family, friends, or perhaps even yourself. It will be open through winter, Monday – Saturday, 11H00 – 19H30, as well as Sunday, January 5, 14H00 – 18H00.