Works of art bear beautiful witness to our past and act as a mirror onto our society. The Mirabaud Collection has swelled over time, and now consists of contemporary pieces as well as older works such as the largest single collection of works by Geneva-born landscape artist Pierre-Louis De La Rive.

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Contemporary art

By showcasing contemporary art next to pieces from centuries past, Mirabaud is building a bridge between tradition and modernity – the same notion that drives the long-term vision the Group pursues in its management activities.

That is why Mirabaud invests in budding artists of tomorrow – Omar Ba, Antoine Roegiers, Fabian Marti – as well as established talents – Bruce Nauman, Not Vital, Marina Abramovic, Thomas Ruff. The core works of this collection, exhibited in the Group's offices in Geneva, Zurich, Paris, Luxembourg and Madrid, are selected on the basis of strong convictions.

Pierre-Louis De La Rive

Mirabaud is the first private collector in the world of Geneva painter Pierre-Louis De la Rive (1753-1817), founder of the Geneva landscape school. In order to share this passion and contribute to Geneva’s cultural scene, Mirabaud lent part of its collection to the Musée d’Art et d’Histoire in Geneva for a special retrospective in 2002. This event underlined the huge contribution made by this avid hiker to the invention of the Alpine landscape.


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Contemporary Art Brochure

Discover the Mirabaud Contemporary Art Collection.

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