The carefully refreshed Stalla Madulain combines tradition with modern art.
Madulain, with its 200 inhabitants, is the smallest community of the Upper Engadine and an oasis of silence. Since 2014, however, the small village has also been enchanting on a grand scale: with the Stalla Madulain, the art world has entered the village. The stables, built in 1488, were freed from the dust of the last centuries. The atmospheric rooms of the three-storey barn, which was very originally left as it is, thus unfold a purist power and contribute their part to the fact that the gallery "Stalla Madulain" has conquered a firm place in the agenda of the art-loving Engadine. It is led by cousins and gallery owners Gian Tumasch Appenzeller and Chasper Schmidlin, who are rooted in the Engadine, and offers artists a platform who make the Engadine their theme or find inspiration for their work here.
In summer 2019 the Stalla Madulain will show works by Laura Bott, Corsin Fontana and Giuliano Pedretti.
Vernissage: 27 July 2019 from 16.00 - 20.00
Finissage: 24 August 2019 from 16.00 - 20.00