Kunstmuseum Appenzell Foto EB

Kunstmuseum Appenzell, Photo: Ernesto Baltiswiler


“Unerkannt – Bekannt”, Kunstmuseum Appenzell, 03.10.2021 – 13.03.2022

Works on paper: “Züri-West”, Artfestival Interlaken, Hotel Goldener Anker, Interlaken, 09.09. – 12.09.2021

Wilma Lock

“Es gibt Menschen in der Kunstszene, die sehen in Wilma Lock die Betty Parsons der Schweiz”
– Gehard Mack

“Ernesto Baltiswiler, Bernard Frize, Stephen Westfall, Erwin Wurm”
Wilma Lock Gallery, St. Gallen, February 1997

“Ernesto Baltiswiler – Mälbyhult – 1994- Neue Malerei”
Wilma Lock Gallery. St. Gallen, 14.01. – 04.03.1995

Reopening of the new gallery:
“Ernesto Baltiswiler, Imi Knoebel, Jürgen Partenheimer, Franz Pichler, Susanna Taras, Franz Erhard Walther, Franz West, Daniel Zimmermann, Beat Zoderer”
Wilma Lock Gallery, St. Gallen, 6.11.1993 – 29.1.1994

“Ernesto Baltiswiler: Paintings”
Wilma Lock Gallery, St. Gallen, 7.11.1992 – 4.1.1993

“Eight Artists – Eight Works: Ernesto Baltiswiler, Imi Knoebel, Boris Nieslony, Jürgen Partenheimer, Franz Pichler, Gerard Verdijk, Franz West, Daniel Zimmermann”
Wilma Lock Gallery, St. Gallen, 1.6. – 6.7.1991

“Franz Erhard Walther, Jürgen Partenheimer, Imi Knoebel, Daniel Zimmermann, Beat Zoderer, Ernesto Baltiswiler”
Wilma Lock Gallery, ARCO Madrid, 7. – 12.02. 1991

“Imi Knoebel, Jürgen Partenheimer, Franz West, Ernesto Baltiswiler, Daniel Zimmermann, Beat Zoderer”
Wilma Lock Gallery, St. Gallen, December 1990

“Thirty drawings: Franz Erhard Walther, Beat Zoderer, Ernesto Baltiswiler”
Wilma Lock Gallery, St. Gallen, 26.5. – 30.6.1990

“Ernesto Baltiswiler- Paintings”
Wilma Lock Gallery, St. Gallen, 31.3. – 20.5.1990

“First Solo Gallery Exhibition: Ernesto Baltiswiler”
Wilma Lock Gallery, St. Gallen, 7.1. – 4.3.1989

Museum Exibitions

“Ernesto Baltiswiler: Malerei 1991- 1996”
Schloss Wolfsberg, Ermatingen
20.08. – 01.10.1996. Collection UBS Wolfsberg, Ermatingen, Switzerland: “Der glühende Kopf, 164 x 144 cm, 1994”

“Ernesto Baltiswiler”
Kunsthaus Glarus, Glarus, 5.5. – 26.6.1994

Article/ Laudation: “Der Landschaftsmaler Ernesto Baltiswiler” by Beatrix Ruf, Director/ Curator of the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, 5. Mai, 1994

Article: “Erinnerungen an die Natur” by Madeleine Schuppli, Director/ Curator of the Aargauer Kunsthaus, 18. Mai, 1994

Article: “Wild und klar wie die Natur” by Gerhard Mack, Cash Nr. 18, 6. Mai, 1994

“Unikat und Edition – Artists Book in Switzerland”
Kunstmuseum des Kantons Thurgau Kartause Ittingen
Curators: Marie-Louise Lienhard und Elisabeth Grossmann, Warth, 18.02. – 16.04.1990

“Unikat und Edition – Artists Book in Switzerland”, Helmhaus Zürich, Curators: Marie-Louise Lienhard und Elisabeth Grossmann, Zürich, 1990

Art Fair

Ernesto Baltiswiler, Untitled, 200 x 160 cm

Other Galleries

“Um Dreissig: Ernesto Baltiswiler, Marianne Geiger, Daniela Keiser, Karim Noureldin, Gregor Lanz, Regina Schmid, Till Velten”
Elisabet Kaufmann Gallery, Basel
4.9. – 23.10.1993. Collection Sandoz Family Foundation: “Untitled, 200 x 189 cm, 1992”

“Ernesto Baltiswiler – Malerei”
Stelzner & Rading Gallery, Essen, 9.5. – 19.6.1993

“Ernesto Baltiswiler – Im Wald drinnen”
Stelzner & Rading Gallery, Essen, 3.11. – 21.12.1991

Article: “Künstler verschmelzt Erfahrung und Gefühl” by Manfred Krause, WAZ, 2. November, 1991

Book: “Ernesto Baltiswiler”

“Svalbard (Cold Coasts)”
Slideshow of a trip together to Svalbard Andreas Züst, Mara Züst, Ernesto Baltiswiler”
Renée Ziegler Gallery, Zürich, January 24, 1991

Gifts to Andreas Züst: Untitled, 77 x 58 cm, 1992″, “Untitled, 60 x 60 cm, 1990”, “Untitled, 29.5 x 21 cm, 1991”

Bob van Orsouw Gallery, Zürich, 08.12.1989 – 20.01.1990

Gift to Bob van Orsouw: Untitled, 60 x 42 cm, 1988

“Ernesto Baltiswiler – Paintings”
Raum für aktuelle Schweizer Kunst, Luzern, 30.05.- 27.06.1987

Design Poster, Invitation Card and Ad: box promotion Anders Ljungman, Stockholm
Ad: “Kunstforum International” art magazin, no. 89, 1987


Art magazine
“Kunstforum International
Situation Schweiz”, Köln,
Edition 63/64, 7-8/83

“In 1983 the international art magazine “Kunstforum International” in Cologne dedicated an entire edition to the art scene in Switzerland. As a twenty-two year old art student of the Düsseldorf Kunstakademie, I was still too young to be presented. But I wished to be among my Swiss artist friends, especially since I knew many of them personally. This is why I “forced” myself into the magazine, by making an ad covering a whole page, in which I was posing as William Tell. He is the legendary Swiss symbol for freedom. The crossbow in my right hand is an old symbol for highest Swiss quality. My class mate Katharina Fritsch, a renowned artist today, felt very provoked by the ad. She screamed at me in the aisle of the academy because she thought what I had done was very immoral. In Switzerland the reaction was completely the opposite: Peter Fischli approached me in the Kontiki artist bar in Zürich, he seriously thought I had become famous, several years later, he himself, became a world-famous artist.”
– Ernesto Baltiswiler