Galerie Susanna Kulli
Susanna Kulli established her Gallery in 1983 in St. Gallen, Switzerland. In 2004, she moved the
Gallery to Zurich.
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Susanna Kulli established her gallery in St. Gallen, Switzerland, in 1983. In 2004, she moved the gallery to Zurich.
For over 30 years, Susanna Kulli has led a gallery with a strong and distinctive program. It was launched in the 1983–84 season with shows by artists including John Armleder, Olivier Mosset, Gerhard Merz, and Gerwald Rockenschaub, who are still on the gallery’s roster. Galerie Susanna Kulli has worked with Thomas Hirschhorn since 1993, when he first appeared on the art scene. The gallery enjoys an international reputation for offering a stage to young and emerging artists including Kerim Seiler (CH), Bertold Stallmach (CH), Stéphane Kropf (CH), Vanessa van Obberghen (B), Michael Noser (CH), and Shila Khatami (D), all of whom presented their first solo exhibitions at the gallery’s new home in Zurich.
Since 1996, Galerie Susanna Kulli has held public events featuring artists in conversation with selected art educators. Galerie Susanna Kulli has held public events featuring artists in conversation with selected art educators. The series of editions “Im Rahmen der Ausstellung/On the occasion of the exhibition” aims to promote and communicate the artists’ work and help them bring out the theoretical contours of their endeavor. The conversations are recorded, edited, and published in individual booklets.
Maurizio Nannucci installation view
John Armleder, Susanna Kulli Gallery, 1983.
Merz Gemälde der Braut, Galerie Susanna Kulli, 2014