Neuchâtel

Galerie Du Griffon – The New “Window” of Editions Du Griffon in Neuchâtel.

Galerie Du Griffon – The New “Window” of Editions Du Griffon in Neuchâtel.

Les Editions du Griffon is opening a new space within its historical location in Neuchâtel. The new “window” is called Galerie du Griffon and will be a versatile place for work, exhibitions and encounters. The official inauguration to the public will take place on November 8th at 6:30pm. For this special occasion, the visitors will be able to attend to the signature of Pierre Yves Gabus autobiographical work “L’homme en Noir ou le roman du renard” at Editions du Griffon. His story…

Martial Raysse by Les Editions du Griffon – Neuchâtel : An exclusive subscription

Martial Raysse by Les Editions du Griffon – Neuchâtel : An exclusive subscription

Les Editions du Griffon – Neuchâtel will launch a new outstanding monography about Martial Raysse and for this occasion they just launched an exclusive subscription to a lithography highlighted with oil pastel by the artist. This is an unique opportunity, a one in a kind.

Les Editions du Griffon, Swiss Publishing house for beautiful art books.

Les Editions du Griffon, Swiss Publishing house for beautiful art books.

Les Editions du Griffon is an amazing Swiss Publishing House located in Neuchâtel. Since 1944 it became a world reference for art books and some of their monograph are true references for artists like Vasarely or Piza. Check our full review here.

Victor Vasarely, art exhibition in Lausanne. First time ever at Artshop gallery.

Victor Vasarely, art exhibition in Lausanne. First time ever at Artshop gallery.

Discover ArtShop, a new place for arts in Lausanne. This month you will be able to discover an amazing exhibition about Victor Vasarely, the father of optic art.

Larusée, glamorous Absinthe made in Switzerland

Larusée, glamorous Absinthe made in Switzerland

Larusée is a company established in Switzerland and produces Absinthe in the great Neuchâtel tradition. This holiday season, let yourself seduced by one of the most glamorous beverages of all times. Absinthe originated in the canton of Neuchâtel in Switzerland in the late 18th century. It arose to great popularity as an alcoholic drink in late 19th- and early 20th-century France, particularly among Parisian artists and writers. Owing in part to its association with bohemian culture, the consumption of absinthe was opposed by social conservatives and prohibitionists. Ernest Hemingway, Charles Baudelaire, Paul Verlaine, Arthur Rimbaud, Henri de…