With the finite quantity of prints we produce and the esteemed profiles of many of our artists, PCP provides a connection for collectors to own pieces that might otherwise be inaccessible. – Zoran Mušič (1909–2005) had already been an established Slovenian artist by the time he was deported to Dachau concentration camp for several month in late 1944.From 1948 he participated several times in the Venice Biennale, featured with some of his works already in 1955 in the documenta I in Kassel, participated in numerous other international exhibitions and received various awards.In the mid-1950s Mušič defined the landscape as well as his paintings’ protagonists as a sort of ornamental fabric in his color-intensive works, and soon afterwards ventured into abstraction. Every print is individually numbered and certified.When a PCP print run is created and released, each print is guaranteed to retain its collectibility, as we do not do reprints of any kind.Both pools have numerous jet streams, shower jets, Jacuzzis, waterfalls, and similar features common to mineral baths.The hamman area is a quiet area where noise, including talking, is not allowed.
The hot water baths of Gruyère open daily at 9 am and close at on Sunday, on Friday and Saturday, and on Monday to Thursday. Basic admissions – which include access to all pools, steam rooms, and saunas for adults – are CHF 26 for three hours and CHF 37 for five hours.Meanwhile, Mušič traced the erratic lines of the earth’s relief in the hills of Umbria and Tuscany.When he was signed on by the Galerie de France in 1952, he moved to Paris, where he lived for long periods of time.Les Bains de la Gruyère is a modern day-spa complex in the small town Charmey in the Swiss Alps of canton Fribourg / Freiburg.The complex is very modern with an interesting circular design allowing for 360° views from many of its pools.Featuring more than 160 loans from several international collections, the exhibition presents works from all periods of this silent loner’s oeuvre.