Enjoy relaxing hours listening to the sounds of the piano of Tibor Jonas and trying seasonal delights from the Sunday brunch buffet. Moreover, an exclusive menu will be served at the restaurant The Grape for lunch and dinner.Tip: Dear mothers, get a rose from the Park Weggis team and win a beauty day at the Sparkling Wellness. The winning number will be published on www.parkweggis.ch.
Every Sunday throughout the year from 14h to 17h, the Château Enoteca offers an induction course. Blind tasting of 5 wines with oenological profile.
A leading member of the Russian avant-garde, Alexander Rodchenko (1891-1956) revolutionized the worlds of graphic art, design, and photography.With more than three hundred works on display, including period prints, photomontages, magazines and posters from the artist's day and age, visitors can fully capture the strength of this innovator, and appreciate the charisma that had such a great impact on his fellow artists, as well as on the literati, filmmakers, and intellectuals who accompanied him along the way. From the photomontages made for the poem Pro Eto (About This) by Vladimir Mayakovsky, to the covers for the magazine Novi Lef, a reference point for the revolutionary intelligentsia, to film posters and illustrations for books, Rodchenko's works bear witness to his collaborations and friendships, portraying not just a creative personality, but also the spirit of an unrepeatable moment in the history of the twentieth century.In the field of photography, Rodchenko's outstanding portraits recorded the images of urban scenarios and architecture, reportages in factories and construction sites, the people and the spirit of a time of great hope as well as contradiction. Above all, Rodchenko subverted the rules of photography: the images he created, characterized by uncharted viewpoints, angles and diagonals, are the clearest evidence we have today of the desire for the modernization of art and the world that was the driving force behind the artists of the Russian avant-garde.