Zurich Exhibition Space

Zurich's Löwenbräu Building, Limmatstrasse 268

The program at Parkett’s Space in Zurich includes rotating, themed exhibitions, as well as projects, events, and talks with artists and curators. A permanent reading room features all available sixty Parkett volumes and special titles with over 140 in-depth artists collaborations and portraits. For current and previous program's and events see below.

Limmatstrasse 268 (Löwenbräu) 8005 Zürich
+41-44-500 3864 (or Parkett office +41-44-271 8140)
Thursday – Friday 11am – 6pm, Saturday 11am - 5pm or by appointment

Contact Theres Abbt at th.abbt@parkettart.com or zurich.space@parkettart.com


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Carte Blanche

curated by Pamela Rosenkranz

August 29 – December 19, 2015
Opening August 28, 2015, 6-8pm

Recent Parkett collaboration artist Pamela Rosenkranz curates a selection of some 50 Parkett Editions at the Zurich space.



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"Crush" installation view


Kilian Rüthemann presents


February 21 – July 4, 2015
Opening February 20, 2015, 6-8pm

“Crush” is an extraordinary presentation of selected Parkett Editions installed by Kilian Rüthemann in Parkett’s Exhibition Space in Zurich. The artist has laid out over ten tons of turquoise-colored, crushed glass on the floor of the gallery. Within this Arctic landscape, he has erected columns of large glass chunks for the presentation of Parkett Editions.



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Installation view with works by Ugo Rondinone, Katharina Fritsch, Urs Fischer, Frances Stark and others in the foreground


Artists Collaborations from 30 Years in one Room
Presented by Jacqueline Burckhardt, Bice Curiger, and Dieter von Graffenried

August 28 – December 20, 2014
Preview August 27, 2014, 6-8pm, Opening August 29, 2014, 6-8pm

The exhibition CORNUCOPIA at Parkett’s Space in Zurich presents the editions made by artists for Parkett since its founding thirty years ago—together in one room for the first time. On view are over 200 works, ranging from photographs, prints, and sculptures to video, installations, paintings, and books.

The editions are exhibited chronologically, providing a unique journey across three decades and around the world. The rarely seen diversity and density of these works, assembled together in one single room, is a testimony to the boundless forms and critical ideas expressed by artists today; from the first editions in 1984 by Enzo Cucchi, Sigmar Polke, Meret Oppenheim and others to recent works by Shirana Shahbazi, Valentin Carron, Ragnar Kjartansson, or Cyprien Gaillard; and including iconic works by Ai Weiwei, El Anatsui, Louise Bourgeois, Urs Fischer, Peter Fischli/David Weiss, Damien Hirst, Jeff Koons, Anish Kapoor, Beatriz Milhazes, Bruce Nauman, Gabriel Orozco, Gerhard Richter, Cindy Sherman, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Andy Warhol, Yang Fudong and many others.



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Pawel Althamber for Parkett 82

Jenny Holzer for Parkett 40/41

Carsten Höller for Parkett 77


Selected Parkett Artists’ Editions (1984-2014)
Presented by Bice Curiger, Jacqueline Burckhardt, and Dieter von Graffenried

February 15 – July 15, 2014
Opening February 14, 2014, 6-8pm

The exhibition SMALL IS BEAUTIFUL at Parkett’s Space in Zurich presents for the first time eighty small- and miniature-format editions made by artists since the founding of Parkett thirty years ago. The works are often smaller than a hand and rarely larger than a Parkett page. By presenting small objects, photographs, and prints in many media and techniques, the exhibition also explores the meaning of size and dimension in contemporary art and illustrates that inspired work exists independent from scale. To further underline this idea, the display of small works is complemented by the largest work ever made for Parkett, a three-by-seven-meter billboard by Felix Gonzalez-Torres.

On display are silver and gold rings by Jenny Holzer and Rudolf Stingel; Laurie Anderson’s “Hearring”; Sherrie Levine’s children’s shoes; Rebecca Warren’s tiny sculpture; Hiroshi Sugimoto’s miniature seascape photographs; the bronze ear by Christian Marclay; a hand-painted gold coin by Mark Grotjahn; Pipilotti Rist’s screen saver; a hand-sculpted bucket by Peter Fischli/David Weiss; and Pawel Althamer’s portable retrospective of twelve figurines and objects. Also on view are figurative works by Paulina Olowska, Mai-Thu Perret, and Mariko Mori; works on paper by Louise Bourgeois, Vija Celmins, James Rosenquist, and Ellsworth Kelly; and artist booklets by Christian Boltanski and Martin Kippenberger. The exhibition includes early editions for Parkett by Georg Baselitz, Meret Oppenheim, Andy Warhol, Rebecca Horn, and Markus Raetz as well as the most recent projects, by Valentin Carron, Frances Stark, Adrián Vilar Rojas, and Danh Vo.


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Parkett Conversation Series


Artist Guillaume Bruère alias GIOM in conversation with Bice Curiger and Jacqueline Burckhardt

Wednesday, December 4, 6pm

Parkett Exhibition Space, Limmatstrasse 268, Zurich

(In German)


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Gabriel Orozco for Parkett 48


Selected Parkett Artists’ Editions (1984-2013)
Presented by Jacqueline Burckhardt, Bice Curiger and Dieter von Graffenried

August 31 – November 30, 2013
Opening August 30, 2013, 6-8pm

In the new exhibition at the Parkett Space in Zürich, works selected from the 220 Parkett Editions to date enter into a lively exchange on the relationship between abstraction and nature. The show presents a playful and compelling dialogue among the works, and viewers will discover astonishing, often unexpected and enlightening relations. For instance, Laura Owens‘ lithograph and the videos created by Diana Thater and Jennifer Allora/ Guillermo Calzadilla meet up with the light of Andro Wekua’s "Black Sea Lamp" and Cerith Wyn Evans‘ neon installation. Doug Aitken‘s shiny silvery kite slices through the atmosphere and Pierre Huyghe‘s melodic edition ushers in meditations on color and shape by Angela Bulloch, Tomma Abts, and Tom Friedman. Works tha t cross the flowing boundary between abstraction and nature in multifarious ways are also on view, as seen in the works of Gabriel Orozco, Yayoi Kusama, Beatriz Milhazes, Matthew Ritchie, Franz Ackermann, Franz Gertsch, Nan Goldin, Thomas Ruff, Oscar Tuazon, and Sue Williams.

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Parkett Conversation Series


Artist Raphael Hefti in conversation with Bice Curiger and Jacqueline Burckhardt

Friday, April 26, 6pm

Parkett Exhibition Space, Limmatstrasse 268, Zurich

(In German)

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Pipilotti Rist for Parkett 71


Selected Parkett Artists’ Editions (1984-2013)
Presented by Bice Curiger, Dieter von Graffenried and Jacqueline Burckhardt

February 9 – July 13, 2013
Opening February 8, 2013, 6-8pm

The exhibition at Parkett’s space in Zurich presents for the first time a look at works made by artists related to the topic of people. Over sixty works illustrate the exhibition theme as well as the innovation, diversity and quality that artists bring to their projects for Parkett since 1984.

On view are among others autoportraits in various media by Mariko Mori, Pipilotti Rist, Chuck Close, Gilbert&George, Jeff Koons, und Gillian Wearing. Rachel Harrison overpainted an image of the musician Prince, Dana Schutz made a print of Timothy Leary, and Yang Fudong photographed a night-­‐life scene in Shanghai. Mai-­‐Thu Perret shows a sculpture of a dancer holding a shining red neon ring and Pawel Althamer has cast twelve lead figures in a small suitcase, a miniature retrospective of his entire work. Also on display are Marilyn Minter’s photograph of Pamela Anderson and one of the last works by Andy Warhol, his photograph of human skeletons for Parkett from 1987.

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Book and Editions Launch

With new Editions by Yto Barrada, Nicole Eisenman, Liu Xiaodong and Monika Sosnowska

Dec 1, 2012, 3pm

New Artist's Collaborations for Parkett 91:
YTO BARRADA Texts by Urs Stahel, Nuria Enguita Mayo,and Eyal Weizman Edition: «Aquariums for Sale on a Rainy Day, Tangier», C-prints, diptych.
NICOLE EISENMAN Texts by Jess Arndt, Litia Perta, poems by Erica Kaufman, Matt Longabucco, and Ariana Reines Edition: «Untitled», woodcut (b/w) and color monotypes, (unique).
LIU XIAODONG Texts by Hou Hanrou, Charles Merewether, and Philip Tinari Edition: «Hotan Project», Xinjiang, China, overpainted photographs, acrylic, (unique).
MONIKA SOSNOWSKA Texts by Francesco Bonami, Brian Dillon, and Joanna Mytkowska Edition: «Fly repellent», installation, electric motor with two white plastic bags.

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Inside space

A view inside the exhibition space

Opening Exhibition

Selected Parkett Artists’ Editions (1984-2012)

Oct 4, 2012 – Jan 26, 2013
(Opening Sep 29, 2012, 5-8pm)

PARKETT is pleased to announce the inauguration of its new Exhibition Space in Zurich, at Limmatstrasse 268 (Löwenbräu). The first exhibition, “Ideas Variations Unique Works,” opens on September 29 and focuses for the first time on selected, special editions made by artists for PARKETT. Close to forty groups of works illustrate the innovation and quality that artists bring to their projects for PARKETT in untold variations. “Variation” is, in fact, crucial to the ambitious and complex editions that artists devise time and again for Parkett.