C.G. Jung - Early visual and creative works
July 2nd until autumn 2021
Throughout his life C.G. Jung spent a great deal of time painting, drawing and sculpting. However, he never considered himself to be an artist. To him, visual art was much rather a source of inspiration for his contributions to the understanding of the human psyche.
In this special exhibition, the Museum C.G. Jung House presents a number of artistic works from his early years. Some of these drawings and paintings have never been shown in Europe before. Visitors thus have the opportunity to discover C.G. Jung’s own creative work, as well as his interest in and examinations of art. Unique to this show is that the pieces can be viewed in Jung’s private home and work space which were designed and furnished by himself for him and his family.
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With the kind support of our patrons.
- Foundation of the Works of C.G. Jung
- Cooperative Migros Zurich
- Culture Percentage Foundation of Jungian Psychology