Искусство в отеле Alpina Gstaad

В своем стремлении выйти за пределы ожидаемого отель Alpina Gstaad, сочетая увлеченность и стремление к новому, предоставляет уникальную площадку для искусства, красоты и свободы выражения.

Красота прежде всего связана с ощущениями. Любые формы искусства, будь то живопись, кинематограф или музыка, составляют часть непрерывного поиска смысла жизни. Картины Ласко, пейзажи Констебля, вальсы Чайковского, стихи Китса, тексты Оскара Уайльда – все они стремятся определить цель жизни, которую можно постичь только через восприятие искусства.

Искусство всегда должно оказывать на аудиторию эмоциональное воздействие, отрицательное или положительное. Хороший пример этого можно увидеть в трехмерных репродукциях картин Ван Гога, ранее выставлявшихся в отеле Alpina Gstaad по инициативе музея Ван Гога в Амстердаме. В искусстве не существует ни правильного, ни неправильного – только мнения. Оно позволяет человеку выразить глубочайшие чувства без ограничений и оценок.

В современном обществе нас постоянно захлестывают потоки информации. При таком высоком темпе жизни люди постепенно теряют связь с природой и со своим собственным внутренним миром. Искусство дает возможность восстановить эту связь, в то же время открывая путь к пониманию и принятию изменений.




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Garage Italia Customs

The Alpina Gstaad - Switzerland

The Alpina Gstaad is delighted to receive from the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation, a custom-made electric Fiat 500, whose arctic paint exterior changes according to heat levels, demonstrating the effects of rising temperatures worldwide. It joins the...


20.09.2017

Garage Italia Customs

The Alpina Gstaad is delighted to receive from the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation, a custom-made electric Fiat 500, whose arctic paint exterior changes according to heat levels, demonstrating the effects of rising temperatures worldwide. It joins the hotel’s collection of electric cars which guests can use to explore the region, leaving zero carbon footprint.

The “Arctic” car was conceived by Garage Italia Customs to highlight the problem of global warming. Garage Italia Customs used a special film finish to create the polar animals, then treated the bodywork with thermochromic varnish so that when the external temperature rises, the polar animals gradually disappear, reappearing only when the temperature drops. The films are 3M green certificate and were printed with ecological latex. The interior of the vehicles were conceived using the same criteria of highlighting a respect of nature and uses entirely eco-sustainable materials that are natural and vegan.

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Richard Hambleton

The Alpina Gstaad - Switzerland

An addition to the hotel’s collection of exceptional contemporary pieces, “Ice Cream” is a 1977 Chevy Van painted and fashioned by Richard Hambleton, the pioneer and godfather of the Street Art movement. This ‘one of a...


20.09.2017

Richard Hambleton

An addition to the hotel’s collection of exceptional contemporary pieces, “Ice Cream” is a 1977 Chevy Van painted and fashioned by Richard Hambleton, the pioneer and godfather of the Street Art movement. This ‘one of a kind’ art piece, which is framed and painted with black acrylic on aluminium, fiberglass, glass and neon, was auctioned off at the amfAR Cannes. amfAR is one of the world’s most successful benefit events during the Cannes International Film Festival which has raised more than $190million for life-saving research programs in its fight against AIDS.

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Jan Frank

The Alpina Gstaad - Switzerland

Hurrican Cat, 2016 Jan Frank was born in Amsterdam (1951) and lived in Congo before his parents immigrated to the United States. He currently lives and works in New York City. Frank’s works are in numerous public and private collections and...


27.06.2017

Jan Frank

Hurrican Cat, 2016

Jan Frank was born in Amsterdam (1951) and lived in Congo before his parents immigrated to the United States. He currently lives and works in New York City. Frank’s works are in numerous public and private collections and he exhibits widely throughout the United States, Europe, and Australia. The artist’s most recent exhibitions include Paul Kasmin, NYC (2011), Olsen / Irwin, Sydney, Australia (2012), and The Merchant House, Amsterdam (2013). This is piece was shown at his second show at Nahmad Contemporary in NYC, Winter 2017.

In this work, the artist replaced his projector-guided brushstrokes with silkscreened prints to cast complex networks of culled passages from art history onto supports. Through selection, appropriation, manipulation, and erasure, Frank orchestrates complex compositions founded in the sinuous lines of history.

Alkyd, oil, ink with silkscreen on linen