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Saturday 14 September, 14:30
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September 2024
Saturday 14
14:30 - 16:00
Accessible to the motor impaired
16 to 99 years old

Visit with Mathias C. Pfund. Insides Out: chronicling the MEG collections

Visit of the temporary exhibition. Sunday 14 september at 2:30 pm. In French only.
Saturday 14 September, 14:30
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Légende image: Eugène Pittard, bertillonage réalisé en 1905 par le service anthropométrique de Genève. M.-R. Sauter, "Eugène Pittard, 5 juin 1867 - 12 mai 1962" in Archives Suisses d'anthropologie générale, tome xxvii, 1962, p. 4.

Geneva artist and art historian Mathias C. Pfund has proposed five gestures, five works, in the temporary exhibition "Mémoires. Genève dans le monde colonial", creating a dialogue with the collections and the themes addressed. During this visit, the artist will share with you his approach, his approach and his reflections.

Speaker: Mathias C. Pfund (*1992), a graduate of HEAD Geneva and the University of Geneva in art history, has exhibited at Salle Crosnier (Geneva) in 2021, at A. ROMY (Zurich) and in public spaces in Geneva and Neuchâtel in 2022, at the Swiss Art Awards (Basel) and at the Kunstmuseum St. Gallen in 2023.

Access to the temporary exhibition is free in 2024.

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Eugène Pittard, bertillonage réalisé en 1905 par le service anthropométrique de Genève. M.-R. Sauter, "Eugène Pittard, 5 juin 1867 - 12 mai 1962" in Archives Suisses d'anthropologie générale, tome xxvii, 1962, p. 4.
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Musée d'ethnographie de Genève (MEG)
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