3 must-sees in Geneva

Let’s delve into the kaleidoscope of cultural events that inspire, enlighten, and unite communities with 3 must-sees in Geneva.


Chapter 3: The Brutal Journey of the Heart
February 2-3, 2024
Comédie Genève

This final chapter of the trilogy by Sharon Eyal & Gai Behar / Compagnie L-E-V reminds us that the journey of the heart is not always a serene passage but often a tumultuous odyssey full of twists and turns. It encapsulates the resilience of the human spirit, echoing the universal truth that amid the brutality of life’s challenges, the heart finds its way back to healing, growth, and ultimately understanding. deeper within oneself.


Le Petit Prince revisité
Friday, February 9th, 2024 at 8pm

Victoria Hall

Curated by Leman Hope, the timeless Little Prince story transforms into a melting pot of visual art, sand animation, theater, and music. It reminds us of the need to remain childlike, to appreciate the simplicity of life, and to cultivate authentic relationships while continuing the quest for meaning and truth in a complex world.


The Order Of Things
Carte blanche to Wim Delvoye
From January 26th until June 16th 2024
Musée d’Art et d’Histoire

Wim Delvoye, a Belgian artist born in 1965, stands as a beacon in the contemporary art world, known for his provocative, intricate, and thought-provoking creations. Delvoye’s work traverses diverse mediums, spanning from sculptures and installations to drawings and unconventional projects that challenge societal norms.

Delvoye’s oeuvre continually challenges conventional norms, sparking discourse on the purpose and boundaries of art. His willingness to push boundaries, coupled with technical prowess and a knack for sparking conversations, has solidified his place as a prominent figure in the contemporary art scene.


Photography © Chapter 3: The Brutal Journey of the Heart – Sharon Eyal & Gai Behar – Stefan Dotter

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