ART & DESIGN

Photos: A Place for Everything


Bruno Bischofberger has one of the world’s best collections of art and design—and, thanks to his daughter and son-in-law, he now has somewhere to put it.

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Florian Baier and Nina Baier-Bischofberger, outside Bruno Bischofberger’s gallery in Männedorf, Switzerland.

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The facade of one of the buildings on the former factory site the couple transformed to house her father’s vast collection of art and design.

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Inside the gallery are Julian Schnabel’s Mr. Bamboo Gets an X-Ray, 1980, and Andy Warhol’s Olympic Stadium, 1982. Olympic Stadium, 1982: ©2015 The Andy Warhol Foundation For the Visual Arts, Inc./artists rights society (ars), New York.

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The exterior of Bischofberger’s gallery.

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The “pappardelle” exterior of the private exhibition space.

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George Condo’s Extraterrestrial Improvisation II, 1995, Francesco Clemente’s Check Mate, 2005, and Condo’s Extended Form, 2002 (from left).

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Andy Warhol’s childhood portrait of Baier-Bischofberger, Nina, 1976.

Nina, 1976: ©2015 The Andy Warhol Foundation For the Visual Ars, Inc./artists rights society (ars), New York, Courtesy of Baier-Bischofberger

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Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Bruno Bischofberger, and Francesco Clemente, New York, 1984. Courtesy of Galerie Bruno Bischofberger.

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The Bischofberger family, with Clemente, Basquiat, and others, in Rome, 1984. Courtesy of Christina Bischofberger