To Dream, to Collect


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The Rosa Turetsky Gallery, born in the early eighties, has been committed since its start to develop a platform for exchange, where Swiss and European artists confront material, concept and use of space. During the eighties, artists traced the character of the gallery; like Pierrette Bloch who installed his first horsehair sculptures, Roger Ackling who brought the reflection of land-art with his washed wood carvings, and Leo Zogmayer who spoke of minimalism with the first empty frames.

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Galerie Rosa Turetsky 25 Grand’ rue
1204 Geneve


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