Urs Fisher at Palazzo Grassi / by Marco Secchi

It’s named after a mysterious Madame Fisscher the exhibition dedicated to Urs Fischer, which is set to open at Palazzo Grassi - François Pinault

Venice 13th April 2012 Press Preview with Francoise Pinault of the Exhibition Madame Fisscher by one of the most important and influential contemporary sculptors Urs Fisher (Marco Secchi msecchi@gmail.com) (Marco Secchi)


Using his witty sense of humor, Zurich artist Urs Fischer invites us into his chaotic London studio which, ironically, has also got a name: Madame Fisscher. Clearly we are talking about a work of art and Madame Fisscher is simply a fictional character made up by the artist.

Curated by Fischer himself alongside Caroline Bourgeois and hosted at Palazzo Grassi between April 15th and July 15, the exhibition named after this mysterious lady is very likely to play tricks on our senses.