Julian Schnabel, Galerie Bruno Bischofberger, St. Moritz, Switzerland, open air sculpture exhibition at Chantarella, 1990
Sixteen bronze sculptures are installed on a mountain top in St. Moritz, Switzerland, organized by the Galerie Bruno Bischofberger.
“That winter, half way up the mountain above St. Moritz, in the Engadin, you could see over a dozen giant figures on the terrace of the ice-rink beside the large building that was once the Chantarella Hotel. They stood there, day and night, in sun, fog and blizzards, and looked as if they had just been rolled into the circle like giant dice. They told silently, each in its own manner, through its own form, an unfolding tale.”
(Peter Handke, A Tale of Fourteen and one Cast, Jan. 1991, Vim Dim Lej)