Culture A showcase for modern Swiss art Previous Next The Rapperswil-Jona museum houses more than 5,000 works collected over 40 years by Peter and Elisabeth Bosshard. swissinfo.ch Inside the museum, the view of Jürg Stauble's untitled sculpture from 1996. swissinfo.ch Ueli Berger created this Twin Towers work of packing boxes and stuffed balls in 2001. swissinfo.ch The museum also contains a library of more than 4,000 Robinson Crusoe related items. swissinfo.ch An untitled work by Veli Berger created in 1990. swissinfo.ch Ian Anüll's 1988 work, O Pommes, expands outside its original frame. swissinfo.ch Claude Sandoz's Vorzugausgabe Katalog from 1984 is one of the printed pieces in the collection. swissinfo.ch Klaudia Schifferle's striking Der nacht Akt was made from various materials in 1986. swissinfo.ch Andrea Wolfensberger's untitled work on zinc sheets from 1988 is among the larger sculptural pieces. swissinfo.ch Aldo Walker used latex on cotton in this untitled piece from 1983. swissinfo.ch Sabina Baumann's M.R, and C.A. masks from 2007 are two of the more recent works. swissinfo.ch Picture 1 Picture 2 Picture 3 Picture 4 Picture 5 Picture 6 Picture 7 Picture 8 Picture 9 Picture 10 Picture 11 The Kunst(Zeug)Haus opens its doors to the largest private collection of contemporary Swiss art. This content was published on September 10, 2008 - 11:51 You can find an overview of ongoing debates with our journalists here. Please join us! If you want to start a conversation about a topic raised in this article or want to report factual errors, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.