"Three generations of art-mad women have led Zurich’s Galerie Gmurzynska to the forefront. Last year during Art Basel, one of the hottest shows stood apart from the rest. […] More significantly, it wasn’t held in Basel, but at Galerie Gmurzynska, an hour away by train. Nevertheless, a parade of the world’s top curators and collectors made the pilgrimage to the space in Zurich’s historic city center, where the late architect Zaha Hadid, in what turned out to be one of her final projects, had reconfigured the interiors with a series of dramatically swooping Schwitters-inspired walls."
- Christopher Bagley, W Magazine, Summer Issue - June 2017
"Galerie Gmurzynska’s Zurich show (Judd/Maleich) explores the artists’ formal similarities and spiritual differences. To see this magnificently odd couple displayed with such intelligent concision is unmissable. Meanwhile the catalogue is a collector’s item in its own right."
- Rachel Spence, Financial Times, June 13, 2017
"Eye-popping architecture by the late Zaha Hadid set Gmurzynska’s exhibition “Kurt Schwitters: Merz” apart. The sinuous, unearthly shapes were in homage to Schwitters’s Merzbau, his Hanover home, which he transformed into a forerunner of installation art. The distinctive merging of subject matter and display served as a model for creative
- Artnet News, December 22, 2016