Finissage Exhibition Hermann Plattner

Since September 2018, a collection of 25 works by Hermann Plattner can be seen in the offices of zetcom in Bern. We cordially invite you to the finissage of the exhibition on Wednesday, 27 February 2019 at 7 p.m. at Sandrainstrasse 3, 3007 Bern (directions).

The event will be accompanied by a musical performance by the award-winning violonist Catherine Plattner, granddaughter of Hermann Plattner.

More about the artist and the exhibition can be found in the opening speech of the vernissage (PDF) and in the obituary to Hermann Plattner (PDF), both written by Fred Zaugg.

We would be delighted to welcome you to the finissage. Come and have a look!

Update: Below you will find some impressions of the event. Many thanks to all participants, the team of Marianna Buser (mariannabuser.ch) for the successful catering and especially to Catherine Plattner for the musical performance.

The ART-Nachlassstiftung is in charge of high quality estates by artists whose work is significant for their time and their local and international sphere of influence.

ART-Nachlassstiftung was established on 24 June 2010 and already administers several bequests of works by renowned Swiss artists such as Otto Tschumi and Margrit Jäggli.

Official website of the ART-Nachlassstiftung

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