Known for its museum quality and uniquely curated exhibitions, Galerie Gmurzynska has hosted over 150 shows in its various premises and published over 200 art historical catalogues and catalogue raisonné in close collaboration with experts worldwide. Moreover, the gallery has represented the estates of some of the world’s greatest artists such as Yves Klein, Louise Nevelson, Wifredo Lam and Roberto Matta, in some cases for several generations. Furthermore, the gallery represents contemporary artists Robert Indiana, Fernando Botero, Mel Ramos, Jani Leinonen, and Ronnie Cutrone.
Galerie Gmurzynska continues to present unique exhibitions that are both historically well researched and scientifically documented. It also continues to work with leading art historians as well as collaborating with museums on exhibitions and for the enlargement of their permanent collections. Additionally, it currently participates in several art fairs such as Art Basel in Switzerland, Art Basel Miami Beach, Art Basel Hong Kong, TEFAF NY Spring and EXPO Chicago. In the past it has taken part in FIAC, Frieze and PAD London and NY among many other fairs.
Today, Galerie Gmurzynska's Paradeplatz venue in Zurich features the last interior exhibition architecture of Zaha Hadid, which was conceived for the DADA centennial in June 2016 on the occasion of a major Kurt Schwitters retrospective, reimagining the 21st century Merzbau. The project has been finished with Patrik Schumacher and the team of Zaha Hadid Architects, shortly after unfortnately Hadid passed away unexpectedly.
Moreover, Galerie Gmurzynska has opened its fourth venue in Switzerland on June 10th, 2017 at Talstrasse 37 in Zurich with a JUDD / MALEVICH duo show that has been curated by Flavin Judd the co-president of the Judd Foundation. The exhibition is accompanied by an extensive publication of over 260 pages and hitherto unpublished documentary material.
Both Krystyna Gmurzynska and Mathias Rastorfer were awarded the Chevalier des Art et des Lettres by the French Minister of Culture. Krystyna Gmurzynska was the first foreigner to receive the merit for special achievements by Michael Shvydkoy, the Russian Minister of Culture, recognizing her “important contribution to scientific research, and for the organization of exhibitions in the field of Russian art of the 20th century.”