Eispavillon is located in the Swiss Alps, on the highest inhabited mountain peak, deep within a glacier. The cave was carved over 20 years ago by Benedikt Schnyder and is the world's largest man-made ice cave.
The exhibition of the same name,"Eispavillon," (June 21 - August 31, 2003), is the first curated exhibition to take place at the site and, to our knowledge, it is the highest installation of a contemporary art exhibition. The location is remote, but somehow also accessible by airplane to train to electric bus to gondola and finally to ice tram. The exhibition is ideal for the 21st century travelling viewer who confronts a universe already too large to make it to every opening.
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