Dear Art Lovers, Friends and Acquaintances,

We are pleased to inform you that the previous exhibition with the abstract reliefs from Ernestina Abbühl “Reliefs structuras alpinas da l’Engiadina” will be extended through the summer 2021. The works of Patrick Nyfeler focusing on the theme “Gaubünden pur – Abstraktion des Typischen” will also continue to be exhibited in the Central Art Gallery.

Additionally, we are excited to introduce our new artist for this summer. Giada Bianchi lives the art of storytelling through her interpretation of the “biography of humanity,” which she embodies in colourful, vibrant and often large works. Born in Lugano and living in St. Moritz, she combines her passion for stories, social media and the visual arts to realise her works.

A few of Jan Geerk’s landscape photography pieces will continue to be exhibited on the theme of the “Graubündner Mountain World”.

Current Exhibitions

Giada Bianchi

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Patrick Nyfeler

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Ernestina Abbühl

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As usual, we will be happy to open the gallery for you individually by appointment. You can reach us at 081 830 00 70 or at

We also open the gallery to vernissages, aperitifs and finissages, to which you are all welcome. Our aperitifs will take place in the presence of the artists on the following days:

Saturday, 19. December 2021, Hours: 16 – 18.30

Tuesday, 28. December 2021, Hours: 16 – 18.30

Saturday, 29. January 2022, Hours: 16 – 18.30

Saturday, 19. February 2022, Hours: 16 – 18.30

Notes for artists who would like to exhibit with us

The Central Art Gallery exhibits works exclusively with a regional focus on the Engadin and St. Moritz. This can be the motif of the work of art and/or the artist’s origin from the Engadin. What we are looking for is the special, the newly discovered, the extraordinary in the Engadin. This can be nature, landscape, people, animals, events or something completely different. If this applies to you, please contact us at

Please understand that this rule is strictly observed: Unfortunately, we cannot exhibit interesting works of art without a regional connection to the Engadin.