From September 6 to October 15, 2018, Genevan painter Didier Philippe exhibits his paintings at the Les Régates gallery in Versoix. He will reveal his work, inspired by the right-bank of Lake Geneva. GLP Club could meet the artist before the launch of his « exposition » !
The European Organization for Nuclear Research, « le CERN », was founded in 1954. Since then, it frequently causes particle collisions in a 27-kilometer tunnel near Geneva. One of its researcher, an Englishman called Tim Berners-Lee, invented the World Wide Web in 1989.
Pregny Alp Festival, is fully dedicated to Swiss culture. The 12th edition will occur on August 4th, in Pregny-Chambésy. Röstis, here we are!
From 16 to 18 August, the 12th reggae festival Plein-les-Watts will occur in Plan-les-Ouates. Cheer for the iron breath of the lion in Zion!
The first Tchiiz festival will take place on September 15 in the canton of Fribourg, known for Gruyère and Vacherin. Participants will visit cheese cellars and production centres and, of course, taste local products.
World-famous Bernese painter Ferdinand Hodler died in Geneva a hundred years ago. The City Museums pay tribute to him. Until August 19th, 100 paintings are presented in the Musée Rath : self-portraits, landscapes and characters, which all attest the timelessness of Hodler’s work.
The fourth edition of Banque Eric Sturdza Geneva Open will occur from 19 to 26 May 2018 at Tennis club de Genève Eaux-Vives. Swiss player Stan Wawrinka won the previous two editions, but his fans will miss him this year.
From March 19th to March 25th, the Voix de fête festival will take Genevan people on a tour : on the roads of the francophone world. For seven days, about 50 performers and artists are expected to take stage. Meanwhile, in town, another event called Bars en fête.
Le Festival Antigel a lieu chaque année en début d’année et a lieu dans tout le canton de Genève. Entre le 26 janvier 2018 et le 17 février, il y avait du rythme et quelque chose de poétique ! Pour terminer cette 8e édition, Charlotte Gainsbourg et Glen Hansard ont transporté les spectateurs, au chaud !