In uncertain times art can help us to reflect, relax and self-care. Take time for yourself with our art meditation series, co-presented with our partner Fondation Beyeler, and discover iconic works from the museum’s collection. The sessions are led by Diego Hangartner, director of the Institute for Mental Balance and Universal Ethics, to works by Tacita Dean, Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso, Mark Rothko, Thomas Schütte und Philippe Parreno.
For the first in the series explore Mark Rothko’s, ‘Untitled (Red, Orange)’,1968.
"I’m interested in the psyche of the experiencing observer" - Mark Rothko
In this guided session, take a moment for calm reflection and enjoy a change of perspective.
A quiet moment with Monet. Take a slow journey through the artist’s work, reflecting on the exquisite details.
Take a moment to explore Pablo Picasso’s ‘Mandoliniste’.
A cloud in the sky will pass and allow the sun to shine through. Find focus and calm in these uncertain times by connecting with work by artist Tacita Dean. This session is held in German.
Take a moment to explore artist Thomas Schütte's large-scale outdoor sculpture 'Hase', displayed in the gardens of our co-presenting partner Fondation Beyeler. This session is held in German.
The summer bloom begins and brings us a symbol of hope and new beginnings. Enjoy this session set to picturesque views into the gardens of our co-presenting partner Fondation Beyeler.