Roger Pfund, Nijinski dancer, 2005, charcoal, pastel, acrylic, pigments, glue, printing, intaglio, aquatint, ink on paper, signed "RPfund 05", 140 x 104 cm

Roger Pfund, Nijinski dancer, 2005, charcoal, pastel, acrylic, pigments, glue, printing, intaglio, aquatint, ink on paper, signed "RPfund 05", 140 x 104 cm

Roger Pfund, Collette, 2013, pigments, glue, cutting, collage, printing, aquatint, collage, inking and embossing on paper, signed "RPfund 13", 139,5 x 95,5 cm

Roger Pfund, Collette, 2013, pigments, glue, cutting, collage, printing, aquatint, collage, inking and embossing on paper, signed "RPfund 13", 139,5 x 95,5 cm

Roger Pfund, Histoire chinoise, 2008, pigments, glue, printing, intaglio, aquatint, inking on paper, signed "RPfund 08", 140 x 193,5 cm

Roger Pfund, Histoire chinoise, 2008, pigments, glue, printing, intaglio, aquatint, inking on paper, signed "RPfund 08", 140 x 193,5 cm

Billet euro 100, Série Époques et Styles, 2018, printed in Subligraphie® on aluminium plate protected by a Phygital technology, Monetary European Institute, project realised in Paris in 1996, 1st Prize, 30 x 30 cm

Billet euro 100, Série Époques et Styles, 2018, printed in Subligraphie® on aluminium plate protected by a Phygital technology, Monetary European Institute, project realised in Paris in 1996, 1st Prize, 30 x 30 cm

Roger Pfund

© Mihails Svetlovs

Roger Pfund

© Mihails Svetlovs

Roger Pfund

Artvera’s gallery is pleased to present the French-Swiss artist Roger Pfund (*1943), very well known for having made the current swiss passport design. The exhibition will reveal en avant-première two series of unseen Euro banknotes and a selection of emblematic paintings ranging from the 1970s to this day.

The exhibition will highlight his artistic oeuvre.

 

The painter and graphic designer aims to explore and to experiment different creative fields. For Pfund there is neither contradiction nor incompatibility in his approach, but on the contrary, a special connexion. Therefore, painting is the source of his art, at the beginning of everything he undertakes, the spine of his work. In other words, a research laboratory.

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Roger Pfund exhibition

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