Swiss-American visual artists Teresa Hubbard (CRF 2016) and Alexander Birchler (CRF 2016), who work as a team, have new exhibitions on view in North Carolina, Texas, and Munich this fall. 

At the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art, in Charlotte, NC, “Teresa Hubbard/Alexander Birchler: Flora” is up until January 21, 2024. The double-sided film installation is based on their discoveries about the previously unknown American artist Flora Mayo, who in the 1920s studied in Paris alongside Swiss sculptor Alberto Giacometti, with whom she had a romantic relationship

Their work is also featured in “Kafka: 1924” at Museum Villa Stuck in Munich, Germany through February 11, 2024. This large-scale exhibition with contemporary artists highlights the writer’s boundless topicality on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of Franz Kafka’s death.

Hubbard / Birchler are also included in the group exhibition “Water Ways,” at Ruby City, a contemporary art museum in San Antonio, TX; the show brings together works that make direct reference to water and art that uses water metaphorically.