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The work of Simon Epp testifies to a multi-layered, empirical and curious search for traces of graphic, painterly and sculptural imagery with different starting points.


In the process, the conceptual and schematic/processual approach of the trained architect is just as palpable as the desire to directly break out of the specifically imposed design rules.


The experimental and processual exploration of combinations of colors, structures, surfaces, and materials is just as much a part of the multi-layered work as the illustrative approach and meticulous painterly realization of motifs and image details found in everyday life and captured in photographs, which serve as compositional models.


In the flowing border areas between abstraction and concretization, free, print-like and sculptural color compositions full of dynamics and depth emerge. The research into the tense relationship between abstraction, aesthetic composition and multi-layered associativity that is visible in the works has an infectious and challenging effect at the same time.

Simon Epp is a painter, musician and architect.

Selected Artworks

Simon Epp Vorderbergalga part II, 2023
Simon Epp Vorderbergalga part III, 2023
Vorderbergalga part II
Vorderbergalga part III
Simon Epp, dreimalneun, 2022
Home series I
Home Series I
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Home Series I2022
Home Series I2022


Born              Zürich, 1968

Education      ETH Zurich, Switzerland, diploma in architecture (Elisabeth Blum, 
ora Ruchat Roncati, Peter Jenny), 1989 – 1994
                     High scool Literargymnasium Rämibühl, Zurich, Switzerland, 1981 – 1988

Resides         Lives and works in Zurich, Switzerland

Solo Exhibitions

2021              Transit,, Zürich
2019              O


Group Exhibitions

2023              The Blood of a Poet,, Zürich
2022              Last words from the Periphery III,, Zürich

                      Last words from the Periphery II,, Zürich
2021              Studio Opening,, Zürich

                      Last words from the Periphery I,, Zürich

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