Currently showing


  • Matt Mullican, Education Tool, 2008-2009, éd. Ardeis Genève

    Credit: Atelier numérique de la Ville de Lausanne
     

  • Maxime Bondu, L’Ampoule de Livermore, 2011-2012, éd. CIRVA Marseille

    Credit: Atelier de numérisation de la Ville de Lausanne
     

  • Tomas Libertiny, The Seed of Narcissus, 2011

    Credit: Atelier de numérisation de la Ville de Lausanne
     

  • Fred Fischer, Egomorphisme 7, 2007-2008

    Credit: Marie Humair
     

  • Jaime Hayon, Science Vase 2, 2009

    Credit: Atelier de numérisation de la Ville de Lausanne
     

  • Matali Crasset, Bouteille à la croix, 2008

    Credit: Marie Humair
     

From December 11, 2013
to February 1, 2015

Living Glass
Recent acquisitions by the glass art collection

Mudac's latest contemporary glass art exhibition, Living Glass, presents a broad selection of works and installations by today's glass creators of many nationalities-Swiss, European, American and Asian. Bearing witness to the very idea of glass art, pieces ranging from sculpture to edition design all translate the museum conservation team's open and ongoing approach, as assisted and supported by the Collection's patron.

Published jointly by La Bibliothèque des Arts and the mudac, a richly illustrated and trilingual (fr/en/de) publication, Le verre vivant [Living Glass] accompanies this exhibition.


  • STATUETTE IN THE FORM OF TAWARET (TOERIS)
    EGYPT
    LOW PERIOD
    SELF-ENAMELLED CLAY

    Credit: SALOMON-DE-JONG
     

  • MERTSEGER
    EGYPT
    LOW PERIOD
    SELF-ENAMELLED SILICEOUS CLAY (INV. 312)

    Credit: SALOMON-DE-JONG
     

  • BULLOCKS
    CHINA
    TANG DYNASTY
    GLAZED AND PIGMENTED EARTHENWARE

    Credit: SALOMON-DE-JONG
     

  • FUNERARY FIGURES OF RIDERS
    CHINA
    TANG DYNASTY
    PAINTED EARTHENWARE

    Credit: SALOMON-DE-JONG
     

  • BODDHISATTVA GUANYIN
    CHINA
    YUAN OR MING DYNASTY
    BRONZE

    Credit: SALOMON-DE-JONG
     

From December 15, 2012
to December 31, 2014

Jacques-Edouard Berger collection
Death on the Nile and China from Beyond the Grave

Death on the Nile

Death in all its facets: from the treatment of the dead to the funerary customs, a deep look at the Egyptian Hereafter.

China from Beyond the Grave

The galleries devoted to Asia feature a selection of some sixty objects that evoke the rituals and beliefs of China in the period from the 3rd millenium before our era to the 19th century.