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Art exhibition at the Grandhotel Belvédère in Davos

Art exhibition at the Grandhotel Belvédère in Davos


Art exhibition at the Grandhotel Belvédère in Davos

The world-famous Davos Grandhotel Belvédère is starting the wind season and will open its doors again from 11 December 2020.

With the reopening, an exhibition of selected works by the painter Hans Emil Deutsch, a pioneer of abstract art, will start in the Belvédère. A real highlight, because the studied painter and art historian is a pioneer of European abstract expressionism. His works are exhibited in public collections worldwide. In addition, the Swiss-born artist has received many awards for his craft, including the Rembrandt Prize and the Albrecht Dürer Medal. Hans Deutsch died in 2014 at the age of 87.

The exhibition in the Belvédère is part of the cooperation between Steigenberger Hotels & Resorts and the KENSINGTON Art GmbH as part of the Evolution Steigenberger.

Furthermore, the Swiss artist Urs Rudin will exhibit his extraordinary sand portraits and paintings on 27 and 28 December 2020.

The Belvédère – Hotel and inspiration for renowned guests

Since its opening on 17 July 1875, the Steigenberger Grandhotel Belvédère has become an integral part of Davos. It grew from an elegant boutique hotel to the romantic palace in the style of the Fin de Siècle, which it is today. The guests have always been as exclusive as the hotel itself. The novel “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice” by the writer Erich Kästner is set in the Belvédère and artists such as the chansonnier Maurice Chevalier delighted the audience with their performances. Famous authors also visited the house – besides Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the Scottish writer Robert Louis Stevenson came to Davos with writer’s block in 1881 and left it again with an important part of literary history: the work “The Treasure Island”.

Tue ‒ Thu: 09am ‒ 07pm
Fri ‒ Mon: 09am ‒ 05pm

Adults: $25
Children & Students free

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