Photo Credit and Copyright Alice Gaskon

We had the great pleasure last week to attend the opening of a new exhibit “Nonstop” at the Dubner Moderne gallery across from the Palace Hotel in Lausanne. The artist – Matt Mignanelli – is a Brooklyn, New Yorker who told us about his evolution away from the distraction of color and to the purity of the grayscale. Two categories of his latest works are on display – richly-textured, modern monochromatics as well as a series of black, gray and white industrial inspired tableaux, featuring lines of fading intensity, reminiscent of his urban home.

Set in the beautiful Dubner Moderne Gallery (…um, the VIEW), this is a great exhibit to visit for art enthusiasts and buyers alike. The gallery is open from Monday-Friday (11:00 – 19:00) and again on Saturday (11:00 – 17:00).

It can be a bit tricky to find – enter the building at Grand Chêne 6 and take the elevator to the 4th floor.

The exhibit runs through November 2, 2013.

If you stop by, be sure to tell Director Vernon Dubner that The Lausanne Guide sent you!

Dubner Moderne
rue du Grand-Chêne 6, 4th Floor
(0)79 242 78 01
Open also by appointment

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